Synchronous and Asynchronous Engagement on Moodle in an English Course Offered through Blended Mode
AbstractLearner engagement is a crucial component of the teaching learning process. More emphasis is placed on learner engagement with the introduction of technology-based learning. Learner engagement with the content, instructor, other learners, learning environment, assessment activities and feedback on Moodle in synchronous and asynchronous learning was investigated in this study for a pre-degree English language course. The study found that there was presence of asynchronous engagement in all the forms of engagement. However, synchronous engagement was only present for learner engagement with the content, instructor, and other learners. The study also found that overall, asynchronous engagement was more prevalent than synchronous engagement. KEYWORDS: asynchronous, blended mode, Moodle, synchronous
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Karishma, K. ., Raghuwaiya, K. ., & Lingam , G. . (2023). Synchronous and Asynchronous Engagement on Moodle in an English Course Offered through Blended Mode. SCIENTIA MORALITAS - International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research , 8(1), 80-96. Retrieved from https://www.scientiamoralitas.com/index.php/sm/article/view/228
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