Comparison of an instructional management system with a traditional teacher/learner mode by John Edward Anderson

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Statementby John Edward Anderson.
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Instructional design aims for a learner-centered rather than the traditional teacher-centered approach to Although teaching styles have been categorized into five groups, today’s ideal teaching style is not an either/or proposition but more of a hybrid approach that blends the best of everything a teacher has to offer.

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26% of online students claim to learn better online than in a classroom. Online learners score on standardized tests.

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Conclusion The newly designed virtual learning package is feasible and will result in more effective learning in

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