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Effectiveness of Blended Learning Method on Digital Logic Circuit
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 Title & Authors
Effectiveness of Blended Learning Method on Digital Logic Circuit
Lim, Se-Young; Lim, Dong-Kyun; Lee, Ji-Eun;
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 Abstract
An ideal teaching-learning method, such as the blended learning method, is to motivate interests in education and to allow active class participation of students. Students exposed to this method are hypothesized to be dedicated in learning and their school life. A research was conducted on graders in Daejeon city high school specialized in industry; the blended learning method was applied to a course, digital logic circuit and the effects on the students` learning were monitored. The result shows that compared with a common leaning method, the blended learning method is very effective in terms of increasing educational interest, class participation, the level of concentration in class and academic achievement of students. Also, it shows positive feedbacks from the students on the educational videos and the usage of the contents. Conclusively, the blended learning method effectively increases academic achievements through improved educational motivation and active class participation which positively affect the overall satisfaction of participants.
 Keywords
Blended Learning Method;Digital Logic Circuit;
 Language
English
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