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Main presenter
Dr. Van Thinh LE
Banking Academy of Vietnam (Phu Yen, Viet Nam)
Presenter [2]
Dr. TRAN Le Nghi Tran Banking Academy of Vietnam, Phu Yen Campus
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Dr. HOANG Thinh Banking Academy of Vietnam
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Ms. HOANG Diem Thi Ngoc Thai Nguyen University
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Presentation title
Student-content interaction in online learning
Presentation abstract
Student-content interaction is crucial for the learning process. It is even more important when online teaching is conducted during the pandemic because students are supposed to be more independent and autonomous in online learning. However, few studies have been conducted to examine how students interact with their materials outside the classroom. The current study explored student-materials interactions through a survey at a university in Vietnam. Materials were classified into three different types: compulsory, recommended but not compulsory by teachers, or self-selected materials. Participants were 62 tertiary students who studied English as a major subject at the selected institution in the North of Vietnam in semester 1, 2021. The study found that a major of students interacted with compulsory and recommended materials by reading them, doing suggested activities, and discussing with friends. They also reported that they could understand and apply materials to do exercise but not remember the content. Based on the findings, practical implications and suggestions for future research were also provided.
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Interaction, materials, online learning
Fostering autonomous learning through technology
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Van Thinh Le
Submitted: Monday, 30 August 2021, 3:09 AM [JST]
Modified: Friday, 8 October 2021, 6:17 PM [JST]
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