Comparing Student Perceptions in Traditional and Online Anatomy & Physiology Courses at the Community College Level
School of Education
Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (EdD)
Distance Education, Anatomy & Physiology, DELES
Anatomy | Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research
Wright, Benjamin Curtis, "Comparing Student Perceptions in Traditional and Online Anatomy & Physiology Courses at the Community College Level" (2022). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 4058.
This paper is intended to compare student perceptions of learning environments within anatomy & physiology I and II courses at the community college level. Literature suggests that student perceptions vary depending on the learning environment. The purpose of this study stems from very little research within science courses. Students participating in the research will be grouped into two categories based on the type, of course, they are completing: A traditional face-to-face course or a distance education course. All learning materials within the courses are identical. The Distance Education Learning Environments Survey (DELES) will be used to gather data on student perceptions.