In recent years, long distance learning has become more and more popular. Web based technologies, that allow the sharing of information in real time, as well as the development of Learning Management Systems, provide the required technological support to implement long distance courses. However, long distance learning is characterized by a completely different relationship between teacher and student, in respect to the traditional teaching approach. It is then important to understand if this difference can affect the students learning outcomes. In this paper the comparison is presented between the summative assessment of two separated groups of students, attending an engineering drawing course, that is part of the curriculum for the bachelor degree in mechanical engineering. One group attended the course in a traditional form, while the second group attended the course in remote. The aim of the study is to verify if significant differences exist between the two groups of students, in terms of learning outcome. The identification of such differences is the premise to develop appropriated teaching strategies, aimed to overcome possible deficiencies related to the teaching approach.

A Comparative Assessment of Learning Outcomes in Online vs Traditional Teaching of Engineering Drawing / Raffaeli, R.; Cicconi, P.; Mandorli, F.. - 1091:(2019), pp. 149-162. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 1st International Workshop on Higher Education Learning Methodologies and Technologies Online, HELMeTO 2019 tenutosi a ita nel 2019 [10.1007/978-3-030-31284-8_12].

A Comparative Assessment of Learning Outcomes in Online vs Traditional Teaching of Engineering Drawing

Raffaeli R.
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2019

Abstract

In recent years, long distance learning has become more and more popular. Web based technologies, that allow the sharing of information in real time, as well as the development of Learning Management Systems, provide the required technological support to implement long distance courses. However, long distance learning is characterized by a completely different relationship between teacher and student, in respect to the traditional teaching approach. It is then important to understand if this difference can affect the students learning outcomes. In this paper the comparison is presented between the summative assessment of two separated groups of students, attending an engineering drawing course, that is part of the curriculum for the bachelor degree in mechanical engineering. One group attended the course in a traditional form, while the second group attended the course in remote. The aim of the study is to verify if significant differences exist between the two groups of students, in terms of learning outcome. The identification of such differences is the premise to develop appropriated teaching strategies, aimed to overcome possible deficiencies related to the teaching approach.
1st International Workshop on Higher Education Learning Methodologies and Technologies Online, HELMeTO 2019
ita
2019
1091
149
162
Raffaeli, R.; Cicconi, P.; Mandorli, F.
A Comparative Assessment of Learning Outcomes in Online vs Traditional Teaching of Engineering Drawing / Raffaeli, R.; Cicconi, P.; Mandorli, F.. - 1091:(2019), pp. 149-162. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 1st International Workshop on Higher Education Learning Methodologies and Technologies Online, HELMeTO 2019 tenutosi a ita nel 2019 [10.1007/978-3-030-31284-8_12].
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