“Why Are They Always Dissatisfied?” The Difference between Teachers and Students in Feeling of Interaction in Online Classroom

Yi Zhao, Sanitah Mohd Yusof, Mingyu Hou


The mixed research focused on the interaction in the online classroom and discovered that (1) functional crisis, psychological and motivational crisis, and technical crises affect all aspects of interaction; (2) students pay more attention to the interaction itself of online classroom, while teachers emphasize the influence of interaction on learning effectiveness, which reflects the divergences and conflicts between them. The students’ sensibility and teachers’ rationality may be the root cause of interaction problems. This is a novel discovery, which has not been mentioned in the past and may help to solve many long-standing problems in online classroom.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/jct.v11n5p215


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