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Web-based instruction: teaching students to utilize problem solving strategies
Jennifer Mary Yun (author)Judith Lapadat (Thesis advisor)University of Northern British Columbia (Degree granting institution)
Master of Education (MEd)
Education-Curriculum and Instruction
Number of pages in document: 22
In the last couple of years on-line courses have burgeoned on the world wide web. However, despite technological advances, there are a dearth of programs which aid students in developing problem solving skills. Currently, there are only five programs on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam that are available on the world wide web. All of five are based on a question, answer and evaluation format. The purpose of this M.Ed project is to develop a program that teaches students to utilize their cognitive and high order learning skills by providing multifaceted exercises that work on developing these strategies.
Computer-assisted instruction.Test of English as a Foreign Language.Internet in education.