A Review of Studies on Academic Success in Blended Learning Approach in Turkey; A Content Analysis Study
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The purpose of this study is to conduct content analysis of studies on the effect of blended learning approach on academic success and determine the trends of these studies. In the study, 51 studies, which were accessed as a full text based on the keyword "blended learning" in higher education academic search engine by using the purposive sampling method, were subjected to content analysis through the Publication Classification Form (PCF). These studies were reviewed in terms of "study subject area, year of publication, research method, sampling method, sample group and size, data collection tools and data analysis methods". Frequency and percentage ratios were used in the analysis of data and the findings are presented in tables. Findings show that studies on blended learning were mostly conducted in 2012. It was found that quantitative research method was preferred more, simple random sampling stood out, primary school students were mostly included in the sample group, and the sample group generally consisted of between 31-100 people in these studies. As a data analysis method, single data analysis method was preferred more and the academic success was frequently addressed as the research subject.
SourceGlobal Journal For Research Analysis
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