Guided Inquiry vs. Videos in Online Learning
The efficacy of two online instructional methods, guided inquiry and video, were experimentally examined for learning and change of misconceptions regarding learning styles; the relationship of student characteristics to outcomes was also examined. Learners’ mindset interacted with instructional method for learning; additional learner characteristics also indicated some relationship to the efficacy of these instructional methods for learning. Misconceptions, however, were generally resistant to change. Implications for online instruction and future directions for research are explored
Barton, Alison L. and Chesley, Colin, "Guided Inquiry vs. Videos in Online Learning" (2019). ETSU Faculty Works. 632.