IMPACTS OF ONLINE LESSONS ON ELEMENTARY STUDENTS’ COGNITIVE ENGAGEMENT AND LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT

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Sumlee Thongthew

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Online lessons and texts in various subject contents have been launched and disseminatedthrough out Thailand in favor of modern information technology advances. Yet, research studies onimpacts of these high technology medium on learner’s learning achievement and on their cognitiveengagement, with consideration to their level of education and learning maturity are still lacking. Thisstudy examines how learners’ levels of education, differences in ages and learning maturity affectingtheir cognitive engagement and learning achievement. Participations were 480 students atelementary school level. Descriptive statistical technique was utilized to examine dependent variablesin the study. Discussions on how differences on learning characteristics utilized by participants couldand could not contribute to their learning achievement, and to their cognitive engagement were alsoprovided.

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Thongthew, S. (2013). IMPACTS OF ONLINE LESSONS ON ELEMENTARY STUDENTS’ COGNITIVE ENGAGEMENT AND LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT. JOURNAL OF EDUCATION NARESUAN UNIVERSITY, 14(2), 101–106. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/edujournal_nu/article/view/9387
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