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Wednesday
Oct 13th, 2010
2:30 PM - 3:20 PM
Meeting Room 303A
Pacific Time
The presenters will demonstrate that students' satisfaction with their learning environments is mediated by their degree of ambivalence toward instructional modes. Ambivalent students express contradictory feelings such as praising the convenience and flexibility of online learning while lamenting the lack of face-to-face contact.
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#E10_SESS039 my brain hurts (in a good way); thanks C. Dziuban, P. Moskal & W. G. Campbell #educause10

#E10_SESS039 if the elements that trigger ambivalence are also what engage interest...what do we do with that when assessing? #educause10

#E10_SESS039 when ambivalent about instructors, rate on more aspects/dimensions of course/instructor #educause10

If you have high facilitate learning and interest in learning high probability of overall high rating. #E10_SESS039 #educause10

Have you ever raised children? Then you have been ambivelent. #E10_SESS039 #educause10

ambivalence is not the same as indifference or uncertainty #E10_SESS039 #educause10

RT @Donagee: Have you ever raised children? Then you have been ambivelent. #E10_SESS039 #educause10

ambivalence is a balancing point between high positive and high negative feelings #E10_SESS039 #educause

RT @Donagee: ambivalence is not the same as indifference or uncertainty #E10_SESS039 #educause10

pay attention to the data points in the middle per surveys...lots of good info there #E10_SESS039

#E10_SESS039 ambivalence of blended courses: like not coming to class; however, miss f2f interaction w/classmates & instructor #educause10

#E10_SESS039 makes me want 2 go segregate my course evals, reading comments from students who ranked stuff as "neutral" #educause10

#E10_SESS039 a student ranking a course a "3" on a scale of 1-5 is not "neutral," it is probably more "ambivalent" w/good & bad #educause10

#E10_SESS039 complicating "measuring satisfaction" on a single/straight scale #educause10

#E10_SESS039 "Ambivalence: An Important Element fo rUnderstanding Student Satisfaction w/Online & Blended Learning" (rm 303a) #educause10

#E10_SESS039 Hi Charles and Patsy, I left you a comment on your Educause page; I'd like to set up an on-camera interview w/ you at Educause.

Hi! Charles and Patsy, I've e-mailed you both but haven't heard back; not sure if you've received my e-mail, but I'm just trying to get a hold of you to see if you'd be interested in being interviewed on-camera for a piece I'm doing for Ed Tech Magazine on distance learning; your blended learning topic you're presenting at Educause seems like you're just the right people to share successes and challenges on this issue. Would you kindly let me know if you have any openings on either Wednesday or Thursday where I could spend about 30 minutes with you discussing, and then taping your opinions on this ed tech related topic?

Thanks so much!

Please kindly reply to me on Twitter: @BuzzGarwood;
or email: buzzygwood@gmail.com.

Best Regards,

-Buzz Garwood
(951)818-6288


Comments

#E10_SESS039 my brain hurts (in a good way); thanks C. Dziuban, P. Moskal & W. G. Campbell #educause10

#E10_SESS039 if the elements that trigger ambivalence are also what engage interest...what do we do with that when assessing? #educause10

#E10_SESS039 when ambivalent about instructors, rate on more aspects/dimensions of course/instructor #educause10

If you have high facilitate learning and interest in learning high probability of overall high rating. #E10_SESS039 #educause10

Have you ever raised children? Then you have been ambivelent. #E10_SESS039 #educause10

ambivalence is not the same as indifference or uncertainty #E10_SESS039 #educause10

RT @Donagee: Have you ever raised children? Then you have been ambivelent. #E10_SESS039 #educause10

ambivalence is a balancing point between high positive and high negative feelings #E10_SESS039 #educause

RT @Donagee: ambivalence is not the same as indifference or uncertainty #E10_SESS039 #educause10

pay attention to the data points in the middle per surveys...lots of good info there #E10_SESS039

#E10_SESS039 ambivalence of blended courses: like not coming to class; however, miss f2f interaction w/classmates & instructor #educause10

#E10_SESS039 makes me want 2 go segregate my course evals, reading comments from students who ranked stuff as "neutral" #educause10

#E10_SESS039 a student ranking a course a "3" on a scale of 1-5 is not "neutral," it is probably more "ambivalent" w/good & bad #educause10

#E10_SESS039 complicating "measuring satisfaction" on a single/straight scale #educause10

#E10_SESS039 "Ambivalence: An Important Element fo rUnderstanding Student Satisfaction w/Online & Blended Learning" (rm 303a) #educause10

#E10_SESS039 Hi Charles and Patsy, I left you a comment on your Educause page; I'd like to set up an on-camera interview w/ you at Educause.

Hi! Charles and Patsy, I've e-mailed you both but haven't heard back; not sure if you've received my e-mail, but I'm just trying to get a hold of you to see if you'd be interested in being interviewed on-camera for a piece I'm doing for Ed Tech Magazine on distance learning; your blended learning topic you're presenting at Educause seems like you're just the right people to share successes and challenges on this issue. Would you kindly let me know if you have any openings on either Wednesday or Thursday where I could spend about 30 minutes with you discussing, and then taping your opinions on this ed tech related topic?

Thanks so much!

Please kindly reply to me on Twitter: @BuzzGarwood;
or email: buzzygwood@gmail.com.

Best Regards,

-Buzz Garwood
(951)818-6288