This paper explores the development of classroom learning environment focussing on survey instruments in assessing students’ perceptions of the classroom environment. Based on an extensive literature review, the paper identifies the benefits of developing and validating the instruments, and theoretical debates on the learning environment instruments. It also suggests that there is the need for developing instruments in order to assess computing learning environment in higher education level, as most of higher education provides different levels of computing learning environment and existing instruments can lack elements needed for assessing computing learning environment. Further research areas are discussed.
|Keywords:||Learning Environment, Survey Instruments|
RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
Victoria University, Melbourne, Vic, Australia
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