Gonnermann, Jana | Brandenburger, Bonny | Vladova, Gergana | Gronau, Norbert
To What Extent Can Individualisation in Terms of Different Types of Mode Improve Learning Outcomes and Learner Satisfaction? A pre-study
With the latest technological developments and associated new possibilities in teaching, the personalisation of learning is gaining more and more importance. It assumes that individual learning experiences and results could generally be improved when personal learning preferences are considered. To do justice to the complexity of the personalisation possibilities of teaching and learning processes, we illustrate the components of learning and teaching in the digital environment and their interdependencies in an initial model. Furthermore, in a pre-study, we investigate the relationships between the learner's ability to (digital) self-organise, the learner’s prior- knowledge learning in different variants of mode and learning outcomes as one part of this model. With this pre-study, we are taking the first step towards a holistic model of teaching and learning in digital environments.
|Gonnermann, Jana; Brandenburger, Bonny; Vladova, Gergana; Gronau, Norbert
|Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)
|personalised learning, digital learning,digital teaching, teaching and learning model,experimental design, learning success