Technology Affects The Educational Paradigms To Online Learning

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Literature review The progression of technology transforms the educational paradigms to online learning. It stimulates students to new learning behaviors in classrooms to be more active, and challenge-based learning. (P. Hawranik, 2013) According to academic institutions provide opportunities for students to be able to obtain educations by accessing to online courses from anywhere in the world through hypermedia link. However, one of the major issues of online learning is the limited group of participants in online classes. Such the problem has led to the emergence of MOOC. MOOC is an online learning management system. Students can access to MOOC via internet network all time, and it does not cost any money. MOOC’s participants are diverse …show more content…
The sample consisted of 29 convenience randomly selected from the higher education sector and the community college sector from students who were enrolled in Change11 course from e-mail invitation and announce on Facebook, Twitter, and Blog. Thus, the research may be difficult to generalize the findings to general learners or to other courses. Due to, the qualitative research is the study of the cause in particular. They use a case study for implementing the method involves in-depth research and detailed examination of the issue. Moreover, the research has shown that patterns of engagement with diverse learners. However, it should be clarified tools and methods to encourage or motivate the lurker and passive learner more. Finally, the researchers should suggest for further study should be tested learning styles for students to be grouped and enable the students to learn in different ways depend on the aptitude or inclination of their own that would help reduce the dropout rate of students. The results of this research lead to the finding out how to take a test to classify the students into groups by their learning style for used the proper learning …show more content…
Teachers should be careful to create or bring learning environment in MOOC because the learners had diversity. It has called xMOOC to be able to serve the learning of the students thoroughly. Such as, time flexibility which the students had several tasks while studying. Learning systems should be allowed students to change the method and period of study. Online learning should be the way for students to share their knowledge and opinions together through various channels, such as peer to peer on the discussion board to develop to professionals. Beyond the finding patterns of engagement the diverse learners in MOOC by exploring, interviewing, and testing learning styles of the students for suitable format and learning method. The introduction of theories related to instructional design in MOOC for to reduce the dropout rate, it is as important factors in MOOC as well. According to Bartolomé and Steffens (2015) aim to reverse the ability of MOOCs from the perspective of learning theory and learning self-control. They compile the point of view of the learning theory by discussion small group in MOOCs. Development of the process has in two stages. In the first, they collected a specific learning theory and gave special attention on how to access the self-control theory for their own learning. And the second, they reviewed by the potential to combine elements of learning theory and learning self-control depend on the concept

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