Enhancing Self-Directed Learning through Educational Technology: When Students Resist The Change
'As a general matter, innovation represents change, and there is usually built-in resistance to change' (Maier and Weidner, 1975, p 70). Where the introduction of computers in learning involves providing students with greater autonomy as learners, this commonly conflicts with students' past educational experiences and can require a shift in their conceptions of what learning involves and what constitutes appropriate roles of students and teachers. Student resistance to the inevitable stress of...[Show more]
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