Developing a framework to optimize teaching and learning in computing education: a study in technical institutes and polytechnics in New Zealand
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This study investigated students’ perceptions of their actual and preferred learning environments and their attitudes towards learning computer courses in New Zealand’s Polytechnics and Institutes of Technology. A mixed methodology was used to collect data. The relevant literature and the results of the data analysis aimed at answering three research questions and, further constructing a teaching framework to optimise teaching and learning computer courses. This study is expected to benefit the nominated education sector and future researchers.
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