Blended versus Face-to-Face: Evidence from Graduate Corporate Finance ClassJournal of Education for Business (2017)
This study compares students’ perceptions on pre-lecture videos to replace face-to-face classes in blended and face-to-face (F2F) for graduate corporate finance class. Using 176 anonymous survey responses from eight F2F and two blended classes during 2014 to 2016, I find that students in blended classes have higher perceptions that pre-lecture videos could replace face-to-face classes than students in F2F classes. Students in blended classes seem to have greater understanding of a flipped lecture format and they perform better than F2F classes. Students in blended classes also tend to rate the instructor’s teaching effectiveness lower than the F2F classes.
- Blended learning,
- pre-lecture videos,
- flipped lecture,
- teaching effectiveness
Publication DateSpring March, 2017
Citation InformationMaretno Agus Harjoto. "Blended versus Face-to-Face: Evidence from Graduate Corporate Finance Class" Journal of Education for Business (2017) ISSN: 2046-469X
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/maretno-harjoto/1/
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