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e-learning Utilization Based on the Problem-Solving Approach
Gh Rahimidoost , M Falahi *
Master’s degree. Department of Instructional Technology. Faculty of Education and psychology of AllamehTabataba’i University. E-mail: Falahi.maryam8@gmail.com
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Introduction & Objective: Paying attention to the process and approaches to the problem solving from
the view of the e-learning courses designers, will improve the aspects of development. The problem-based
learning provides the discovery structure and helps the students to internalize their learning. Therefore, the
purpose of this study is to investigate the factors that lead to more utilization of electronic learning environments
based on the problem-solving approach.
Methods: This is a review study. The data collected from the Google Scholar, Science Direct, Scientific
Information Databases, Irandoc, Magiran, Civilica and, Noormag. The keywords were: problem-based
learning, problem-oriented approach, problem-solving environments, e-learning, virtual learning, distance
education, during the years 1999-2013.
Results: Findings showed that the problem-solving method creates a sense of satisfaction and enjoyment
in students and teachers of e-learning environments. The fear and frustration, learners’ stress, time-consuming,
and the difficulty in an evaluation were the problems of the method implementation.
Conclusion: There are some consequences with the appropriate provision of the e-learning courses, such
as the link between the classes and the real world, organizing the problem-based curriculums, emphasizing
the self- directed and lifelong learning, the role of teachers as the facilitators, and the cooperative Learning
Keywords: Learning Environment, e-Learning, Problem-Solving Approach.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/06/30 | Accepted: 2018/06/30 | Published: 2018/06/30

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