Teaching beliefs and behavior towards blended learning among faculty of universities in China: Inputs to enhanced curriculum
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This study aimed to determine teaching beliefs and behavior towards blended learning among faculty of universities in China. The descriptive correlational research design was utilized to determine the relationship between teaching beliefs and behavior in blended learning. 290 faculty from five universities were selected as respondents using multistage probability sampling. Results showed that the level of teaching beliefs and behavior were high. Teachers' sex, age, length of teaching, academic rank, and educational attainment were not significantly related to teaching beliefs and behavior. Teaching beliefs and behavior showed a significant positive relationship. In the post epidemic era, universities adopted various strategies to actively change teaching beliefs, such as formulating policy support, organizing learning, and training, thereby improving teaching behavior. Results of this study became the basis for the enhancement of existing curricula in Fundamentals of Programming.
Mao, J. (2022). Teaching beliefs and behavior towards blended learning among faculty of universities in China: Inputs to enhanced curriculum (Unpublished Doctoral dissertation). Central Philippine University, Jaro, Iloilo City.
DepartmentSchool of Graduate Studies
DegreeDoctor of Education Major in Curriculum and Instruction
GSL Theses 378.242 M320
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