Personality Types in Distance Learning
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This paper discusses how the field of education and the field of technology have both experienced changes and demands in recent history. The world of education has been undergoing significant transformations, as well, and it was only a matter of time until the two areas interlocked. The paper discusses how distance learning has become common place in many areas of America and is currently under scrutiny as a viable option to the delivery of education. Whether the option is used at the elementary, high school, or college level, there are many programs available and a lot of focus on their successes and failures. It explains how distance learning promotes a lot of advantages, including space saving, flexible hours and the ability to take classes without having to attend a classroom on a regular basis. The paper addresses the fact that this type of education may not suit everyone, and a concern has developed that students are signing up for distance learning without having the personality traits to succeed in its forum. This study proposal addresses the issues of personality types, learning styles, and other factors that are involved in education. The study proposal tries to determine what personality types are best suited to distance learning.
From the Paper:"The field of education in America is expanding. The world of technology is improving every day. The two fields met in the middle years ago and have merged to produce a forum for education delivery through the use of technology. This was done in the form of distance learning. Distance learning is the method used to deliver education through the use of technology. There are also course offered through traditional mail avenues but the majority of distance learning at this point in time is delivered through the use of computers."
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