Problem-Solving Style and Distance Learning

Treffinger, Donald J.; Schoonover, Patricia F.
June 2012
Distance Learning;2012, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
The article presents a study of a model of students' problem-solving style preferences. The model involves the dimensions such as orientation to change (OC), manner of processing (MP), and ways of deciding (WD). The study involved students enrolled in distance learning courses on creativity and creative problem solving at two U.S. universities. Reasons that students enroll in distance learning courses are cited.


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