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Day, Tina M.; Raven, Matt R.; Newman, Michael E. – Journal of Agricultural Education, 1998
Traditional instruction in technical writing was given to 29 students and 29 were instructed via the World Wide Web. Examination scores and Group Embedded Figures Test results showed the Web class had significantly higher achievement and attitudes toward writing. No correlation was found between learning style and achievement or attitudes. (SK)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Agricultural Education, Cognitive Style, Distance Education
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Murphy, Tim H. – Journal of Agricultural Education, 2000
Soil science was taught to 70 students on campus, 7 locally via videotapes and videoconferencing, and 10 at a distance. Findings support literature indicating that, regardless of location or method, distance learning is not a contributing variable in achievement. Student-student and student-instructor interactions influence satisfaction. (Contains…
Descriptors: Course Evaluation, Distance Education, Higher Education, Instructional Effectiveness
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Rothenberger, Barbara Heins; Stewart, Bob R. – Journal of Agricultural Education, 1995
Of 168 high school students, 107 were taught a horticulture unit that included a greenhouse laboratory experience, 61 received the unit without the lab. Lab experience resulted in significantly higher knowledge scores but made no significant difference in postexperiment attitudes. (SK)
Descriptors: Greenhouses, High Schools, Horticulture, Instructional Effectiveness
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Miller, Greg; Honeyman, Mark – Journal of Agricultural Education, 1994
According to responses from 61 of 78 enrollees in off-campus videotaped agriculture courses, most watched tapes without interruption and almost half viewed the tapes more than once. More positive attitudes emerged when instructors were perceived as facilitators rather than information providers and when it appeared that instructors used effective…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Extension Education, External Degree Programs, Higher Education
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