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Effect of cognition on e-learners as compared to traditional learners during Covid19
2020 National Conference on Advances in Applied Sciences and Mathematics, NCASM 2020 ; 2357, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1873612
ABSTRACT
From the past several year's educational institutions at every level was practicing conventional teaching-learning process. It seems to be the only way of imparting education to the learners. However, due to the onset of Coronavirus, i.e., Covid19, everything came to a halt for a while all over the world. The complete ecosystem of human society gets affected by this. Educational institutions also hit hard by this pandemic, and the complete layout of the teaching-learning process over the globe changed. It brings challenges for both students and teachers to withstand in this tough situation and to restore the backbone of learning. E-learning activities slowly-slowly gripped the complete educational ecosystem and the way of imparting education also changed. The primary purpose of this study is to examine the level of cognition faced by e-learners as compared to traditional learners at higher education level during Covid19. For this study, 120 students from Chitkara University have voluntarily participated and submitted their responses through the Google Form. It deduces from this study that learners using E-learning mode feel more cognitive load as compared to traditional learners. The cohen's d-value which represents the effect size comes to be 0.97 which means that the effect of cognitive load is significantly large on e-learners than the traditional learners. In the future, the reasons behind the rise of the cognition level of e-learners need to evaluate and improve the learning gain of e-learners. © 2022 Author(s).
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Full text: Available Collection: Databases of international organizations Database: Scopus Language: English Journal: 2020 National Conference on Advances in Applied Sciences and Mathematics, NCASM 2020 Year: 2022 Document Type: Article