An investigation of the faculty members’ practice excitement styles during distance learning
Keywords:Thrill Styles, Faculty Members, Distance Education, , University Students
This study aimed to identify the degree to which faculty members practice thrill styles in distance education from the students’ perspective. The study sample consisted of (298) randomly selected male and female students who enrolled in bachelor’s and master’s programs in various colleges at Amman Arab University, Jordan. To achieve the study’s goal- which followed the descriptive approach, the researchers prepared a scale to reveal the degree to which faculty members practice thrill styles in distance university education. After verifying its validity and reliability, it was applied to the study sample. The results showed that the degree to which faculty members practice thrill styles during distance university education was moderate. Also, There were no statistically significant differences in practicing thrill styles due to gender, faculty, and academic program variables.
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