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Paper3: Annotated Bibliography
Advantagesof traditional mode of education over virtual classes
Adams,R. (2014). Education study finds in favour of traditionalteaching styles. the Guardian.Retrieved 16 March 2017, fromhttps://www.theguardian.com/education/2014/oct/31/education-traditional-teaching-versus-progressive
Adams,Richard. "Education Study Finds In Favour Of TraditionalTeaching Styles". the Guardian. N.p., 2014.Web. 16 Mar. 2017.
Adamsin this article acknowledges that traditional mode education isimportant to both teachers and students because the classroomenvironment provides an arrangement that is conducive to students`learning experience. The author points out that classroom environmenthas a welcoming atmosphere whereby the students are assured of safetyand are willing to share. As such, this outweighs online educationwhereby students do not have that feel of a classroom. This articleis relevant to the research topic because it reports on a study thatfound out that traditional teaching styles better than traditionalmode of education. Furthermore, the research is credible as it waspublished within the previous five years which is an implication thatit presents current information.
Cummings,S. M., Chaffin, K. M., & Cockerham, C. (2015). ComparativeAnalysis of an Online and a Traditional MSW Program: EducationalOutcomes. Journal Of Social Work Education,51(1), 109-120. doi:10.1080/10437797.2015.977170
Cummings,Sherry M., et al. "Comparative Analysis of an Online and aTraditional MSW Program: Educational Outcomes." Journalof Social Work Education, vol. 51, no. 1, Jan-Mar2015, pp.109-120. EBSCOhost,doi:10.1080/10437797.2015.977170.
Thisarticle by Cummings, Chaffin, and Cockerham reports on the researchconducted at the University of Tennessee to compare satisfaction,skill and knowledge outcomes for both the traditional and the onlinestudents. According to the article, significant differences werenoted in the level of students’ satisfaction, field competencyratings, grade point averages (GPA’s) for both the online andtraditional students whereby students on traditional educationalprogram had higher GPA’s that students that take online classes.Therefore, the article indicates that traditional mode of educationis advantageous in comparison to virtual classes because students inthe traditional form of education are likely to get higher gradescompared to their counterparts in virtual classes. Similarly, thisarticle is a credible source because as it was published within fiveyears in the Journal of Social Works Education. Additionally, thearticle is relevant to the research topic in the sense that it showsproof that traditional mode of education outweighs online mode ofeducation because research revealed that students studying on thetraditional mode of education are likely to get higher gradescompared to their counterparts in virtual classes.
Fish,L. A., & Snodgrass, C. R. (2015). Business Student Perceptions ofOnline versus Face-to-Face Education: Student Characteristics.BusinessEducation Innovation Journal,7(2),83-96.
Fish,Lynn A. and Coral R. Snodgrass. "Business Student Perceptions ofOnline Versus Face-To-Face Education: Student Characteristics."Business Education Innovation Journal, vol. 7,no. 2, Dec. 2015, pp. 83-96. EBSCOhost,search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=bth&AN=112137207&site=ehost-live.
Fishand Snodgrass are yet other researchers who conducted the research onstudent`s perception of the value of traditional mode of educationversus virtual classes. According to the article, most studentsappeared to have favored the traditional method of education on allof the student`s perceptual characteristics irrespective of whetherthey attended virtual classes or not. This research also indicatesthat traditional form of education is better than the online mode ofeducation as most students would like to identify themselves with thetraditional form of education. As such, this article is relevant tothe research topic because it presents proof that traditional mode ofeducation is better than the online mode of education by showing thatthe students love traditional classroom mode of education than theonline mode. At the same time, the article is a credible source thatcan be used to draw this conclusion that traditional mode ofeducation is better than the online mode of education as it waspublished within the last five years in approved academic journalcalled Business Education Innovation Journal.
Hinduja,S. & Patchin, J. (2012). School climate 2.0(1st ed.). Thousand Oaks: Corwin Press.
Hinduja,Sameer and Justin W Patchin. School Climate 2.0.1st ed. Thousand Oaks: Corwin Press, 2012. Print.
Hindujaand Patchin also present the advantages that classroom environmenthas over the virtual classes available on the online platform.According to the authors, the structured classes found in thetradition mode of education are well-equipped with all the controlactivities to provide a great learning environment to the students.The learners in the traditional way of education have access toexperienced teachers who assist them in applying the learned conceptsand the students also have the opportunities to ask teachersquestions for assistance who can also help them when seekingemployment. On the other hand, the virtual class does not providethese opportunities an implication that students taking onlineclasses have this disadvantage. This book is a credible source todraw the conclusion that traditional mode of education is better thanthe online mode of education because it was published within the lastfifteen years. Furthermore, the information presented in the book isalso relevant to the research topic because it is presenting theadvantages that traditional mode of education has over the onlinemode of education.
ICHL2008, Fong, J., Kwan, R., & Wang, F. L. (2008). Hybridlearning and education: First International Conference, ICHL 2008Hong Kong, China, August 13-15, 2008 : proceedings.Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
Fong,Joseph, Reggie Kwan, and Fu L. Wang. HybridLearning and Education: First International Conference, Ichl 2008Hong Kong, China, August 13-15, 2008 : Proceedings.Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 2008. Print.
Inthis book, the authors, Fong, Kwan and Wang also writes thateducation offered through the traditional setting gives the studentsan actual or an on hand experience to the learning process andactivities. The authors indicate that classroom learning environmentgives the students a sense of belongingness because the exposure ofthe students to fellow students and a huge number of people is aprivilege to gain more friends who eventually become businesspartners or business references in future. However, the onlineclasses have this disadvantages because the students lack a sense ofbelongingness and do not have the privilege of meeting many people.This book also meets the standards to draw the conclusion thattraditional mode of education is way better than the online mode ofeducation because it was published within the last fifteen years.Therefore, this source is relevant to the research topic because itnotes that the traditional form of education gives the students asense of belongingness when in the classroom and also providesstudent with an ample opportunity to meet future business partnersand friends unlike with the online mode of education which is pointin support of the traditional mode of education.
Natale,S., & Libertella, A. (2016). Online Education: Values Dilemma inBusiness and the Search for Empathic Engagement. JournalOf Business Ethics,138(1),175-184. doi:10.1007/s10551-015-2566-8
Natale,S. and A. Libertella. "Online Education: Values Dilemma inBusiness and the Search for Empathic Engagement." Journalof Business Ethics, vol. 138, no. 1, 22 Sept. 2016, pp.175-184. EBSCOhost,doi:10.1007/s10551-015-2566-8.
Accordingto Natale and Libertella virtual classes given on the onlineplatforms does not have empathic interactions and ethical engagementthat are integral and fundamental to liberal education. The authorsof this article further acknowledge that online education onlyfocuses on the delivery of data, but it does not concentrate onengaging the students in the learning process as well as the teachingmaterials. Additionally, it is true from the article that onlineeducation lacks the ability to explore the transformation ofinformation as it turns from the actual information, to individual`sknowledge, and to wisdom. Therefore, this article indicates thattraditional mode of education offers the students quality ofeducation with minimal distraction to the students, unlike the onlineeducation. This article published in the Journal of Business Ethicsalso meets the criteria to be regarded as a credible source for theresearch topic because it was released within the last five years andsuccessfully presents evidence showing that traditional classroommode of education is way better than the online mode of education.Therefore, this article by Natale and Libertella is a credible sourcebecause the audience can draw conclusions that traditional mode ofeducation outweighs the online mode does not necessarily engage thestudents in the active learning process experienced in theclassroom.Top of Form