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Evaluating teaching and learning from students’ perspectives in their classroom through easy-to-use online surveys

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Author(s): LIP Paul Chi Hong

Journal: International Journal of Cyber Society and Education
ISSN 1995-6649

Volume: 1;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 33;
Date: 2008;
Original page

Keywords: online surveys | technophobic teachers | evaluating | course management systems | Web

ABSTRACT
The aim of this article is to help technophobic teachers to use a free and easy-to-use online survey to investigate their students’ opinions and beliefs about the learning and teaching in the classroom. This article would also help technophobic teachers who were used to analyzing the results manually by counting the students’ responses from the traditional paper-based questionnaires/surveys to instantly and conveniently use online surveys to get qualitative and quantitative data from their students’ responses with just a few clicks. In this article, the researcher will share the following aspects: 1) the need to use online surveys at secondary and postsecondary level; 2) the definition of technophobia and the need to train technophobic teachers to use technology; 3) the definition of an online survey; 4) and a sharing of how to create an online surv
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