Do teamwork experience and self-regulated learning determine the performance of students in an online educational technology course?
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CitationOyelere, Solomon Sunday. Olaleye, Sunday Adewale. Balogun, Oluwafemi Samson. Tomczyk, Lukasz. (2021). Do teamwork experience and self-regulated learning determine the performance of students in an online educational technology course?. Education and information technologies, [Epub ahead of pring 15 Apr 2021], 10.1007/s10639-021-10535-x.
This study uses the quantitative research approach to examine the connection between students’ teamwork experience, self-regulated learning, technology self-efficacy, and performance in an online educational technology course. Sixty-three (63) students participated in this study. The study data were collected through an online questionnaire that included background information, course satisfaction, motivation strategies for learning, and online technology self-efficacy, to study the variables’ interactions using quantitative research. To realize this study’s aims, multivariate regression and correlation approaches were employed to analyze the online students’ data. The multivariate regression analysis results show a relationship between self-regulated learning, the online course level, and the number of online courses that the students have completed. Right self-regulated learning strategies in online courses motivate students to strive for a good teamwork experience, leading to increased interest in online learning. In addition, the results also show that there is a relationship between satisfaction and the level of the online course. Achieving good grades makes the student more satisfied and improves the level of technology use. Finally, this study established a relationship between the students’ motivation and the online course level. Therefore, teachers and course designers should implement learning objects that promote students’ engagement and motivation in online learning environments.