Factors Influencing Academic Performance of Students in Blended and Traditional Domains

Ahmed Omer Ismail, Ahmad K. Mahmood, Abdelzahir Abdelmaboud

Abstract


This paper aims to identify the most important and significant factors in two different areas of learning: combined and traditional learning. Several critical issues have not yet been resolved to achieve the full potential of the learning outcomes in the two domains. The objective of this paper is to review the critical factors that have a great influence on academic performance. The document focuses specifically on a set of factors such as the use of technology, the interaction processes, the characteristics of the students and the class. These identified factors were classified and discussed. The document also determines the technical and pedagogical limitations of the two declared domains. The technical and pedagogical challenges were proposed and future works were recommended.

Keywords


(Technology Use; Interaction Process; Student Characteristics; Class Characteristics; Blended Learning; Traditional Learning).

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. ISSN: 1863-0383
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