The students who volunteer will be selected randomly using a computer generator to avoid any bias in the after they have volunteered, the students will be randomly selected.
The same learning test will be used to assess members from the two sub-groups. In essence, to realize the best results standardization must be upheld. Fundamentally, the test will revolve around a reputable company known to each participant to avoid bias. Furthermore, the test will contain general knowledge questions, which require no prerequisite knowledge to understand. The test will contain some three education questions on teaching methods, preparation of curricula and education system. Interview will be used to get oral answers. The interview will be used separately from the other test. The reason for using interview is to get the inner feelings and perception of the students concerning both learning online and face-t-face learning. The students will be assembled in one lab in order to get better results. On the other hand, the students learning in class will be interviewed face-to-face.
The answers will be assessed based on their numerical value (Strongly Disagree, Disagree, Neutral, Agree and Strongly Agree). Each question within the survey focuses on the traditional, face-to-face classroom versus the online classroom. The experiment will try to find the difference between the online classes and the face-to-face class.
The students will be divided into two groups; one group will learn online and the other group will learn in class. The students will be randomly assigned to one of the two groups. The control group will participate in a face-to-face class and subsequently take a test. The participants in the second group, which will be considered the treatment group, will sit and have an online class and take their test online. The online test will have similar length of time as the face-to-face class, and the students