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Inquiry-based learning and e-mentoring via videoconference: A study of mathematics and science learning of Canadian rural students

Inquiry-based learning and e-mentoring via videoconference: A study of mathematics and science learning of Canadian rural students

“Results showed that IBLE had enhanced students’ learning, most significantly on their affective development, including increased motivation, broadened understanding, and augmented career awareness.” (p.729) “The results of this study show that VC supported e-mentoring was at least as effective as regular mentoring.” (p.747)

Li, Q., Moorman, L., & Dyjur, P. (2010). Inquiry-based learning and e-mentoring via videoconference: A study of mathematics and science learning of Canadian rural students. Educational Technology Research and Development, 58(6), 729-753. doi:10.1007/s11423-010-9156-3

Resource Theme(s): Effectiveness of e-mentoring support, Understanding working relations through collaborative work

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