Detecting Patterns of Dynamic Teacher-Learner Interactions in Online Adult Learning through a Dynamic Systems Approach

Yohei Kato, Michael Tscholl, Elske Kunnen

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This study investigated dynamic teacher-learner interaction patterns in the context of adult online learning. The significance of this study is that it shows the applicability of dynamic systems approach in research on online adult learning. We employ a dynamic systems approach method, the State Space Grid, to capture dynamic interaction patterns between a teacher and learners. Results showed that the interaction patterns and their characteristics were distinct in each experimental class, but results also indicated that some interaction patterns were recurrent over the course. Research implications are briefly discussed.
Originele taal-2English
TitelProceedings of the 2018 International Learning Sciences Conference (ICLS2018)
RedacteurenRose Luckin, Judy Kay
Plaats van productieNewark, NJ, USA
UitgeverijLawrence Erlbaum Associates
Pagina's1395-1397
Aantal pagina's3
Volume3
StatusPublished - 23-jun-2018

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