Search results for: Edens Kellah M.
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Reflections at Hand: Using Student Response System Technology to Mediate Teacher Reflective Thinking
This study aimed to investigate the association between teachers’ self-reported reflective practices and their use of student response systems (SRS). The findings reveal that self-reflection scores and reported SRS use were low yet significantly correlated. Furthermore, the results show an increase in SRS predicts an increase in self-reflection.
Updated: Jun. 24, 2013
The Interaction of Pedagogical Approach, Gender, Self-Regulation, and Goal Orientation Using Student Response System Technology
This research compares a behaviorally based approach for using electronic student response system (SRS) technology with a metacognitive-oriented approach to determine effects on attendance, preparation for class, and achievement. Also examined are the interaction effects of pedagogical approach with self-regulatory and motivational characteristics of students.A main effect was found for self-regulation level and achievement, as well as for goal orientation and class reparation/attendance.
Updated: Dec. 29, 2008