‌بررسی تفاوت تأثیر عوامل رضایت دانشجویان در آموزش‌های آنلاین در دو نوع درس تئوری و کارگاهی در دانشگاه فنی‌وحرفه‌ای

نوع مقاله : مقاله پژوهشی (نظری)

نویسنده

کارشناسی ارشد، گروه کامپیوتر و فناوری اطلاعات، آموزشکده فنی دختران بیرجند- سپیده کاشانی، دانشگاه فنی و حرفه ای استان خراسان جنوبی، ایران.

10.48301/kssa.2021.128451

چکیده

رمز موفقیت هر آموزش آنلاین، اختصاص دادن توجه به رضایت دانشجویان است. رضایت دانشجویان از نحوه یادگیری آنها در کلاسهای آنلاین، متغیر مهمی است و می­تواند به مدرسان و طراحان درس کمک کند تا محیطی متناسب با نیاز دانشجویان ایجاد کنند. ارائه درس باید به گونه­ای باشد که تأثیر مثبتی در تجربه یادگیری آنلاین دانشجویان گذارد. تفاوت­های فردی دانشجویان مانند میزان خودکارآمدی فناوری، خصیت و مشارکت، بر رضایت آنها از درس تأثیر می­گذارد. تاکنون تحقیقات زیادی برای بررسی عوامل تأثیرگذار بر میزان رضایت دانشجویان صورت گرفته ولی توجه خاصی به نوع ارائه دروس نشده است. در این مقاله علاوه بر بررسی عوامل مؤثر بر رضایت دانشجویان در یادگیری آنلاین به تأثیر دو نوع ارائه دروس تئوری و کارگاهی در دانشگاه فنی­وحرفه­ای پرداخته شده است. تجزیه و تحلیل پرسشنامه­ای برای تعیین میزان تاثیر هر یک از عوامل در رضایت دانشجویان در این دو نوع دروس انجام شد. نتایج نشان داد اگرچه عوامل تعامل یادگیرنده- مدرس، تعامل یادگیرنده- محتوا و خودکارآمدی اینترنتی، تأثیرگذارترین عوامل برای رضایت دانشجویان است ولی نوع ارائه دروس با توجه به تئوری یا کارگاهی بودن درس ترتیب اهمیت این عوامل را تغییر می‌دهد.

کلیدواژه‌ها

موضوعات


عنوان مقاله [English]

Investigating the effect of students' satisfaction factors on online education in two types of theory and workshop courses in technical and vocational

نویسنده [English]

  • Samira Zangoei
M. Sc., Department of Computer and Information Technology, Faculty of Birjand (Sepideh Kashani), Khorasan Jonubi Branch,Technical and Vocational University (TVU), Birjand, Iran.
چکیده [English]

The key to the success of any online education is to pay attention to student satisfaction. Students 'satisfaction with how they learn in online classes is an important variable and can help instructors and lesson planners to create an environment tailored to students' needs. Lessons should be presented in a way that has a positive impact on students' online learning experience. Students' individual differences, such as technology self-efficacy, personality, and participation, affect their satisfaction with the course. So far, a lot of research has been done to investigate the factors affecting student satisfaction, but no special attention has been paid to the type of courses offered. In this article, in addition to examining the factors affecting students' satisfaction in online learning, the effect of offering two types of theoretical and workshop courses in technical and vocational universities has been discussed. It was done in these two types of courses. The results showed that although the factors of learner-teacher interaction, learner-content interaction and Internet self-efficacy are the most effective factors for student satisfaction, but the type of course presentation changes the importance of these factors according to the theory or workshop.

کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • Interaction
  • Internet self-efficacy
  • Online learning
  • Student satisfaction
  • Theory and workshop
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دوره 17، ویژه نامه - شماره پیاپی 51
ویژه نامه علوم انسانی
اسفند 1399
صفحه 249-262
  • تاریخ دریافت: 11 آذر 1399
  • تاریخ بازنگری: 08 دی 1399
  • تاریخ پذیرش: 26 دی 1399
  • تاریخ اولین انتشار: 01 اسفند 1399