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    • Reading comprehension; Evaluation; Education; Introversion; Dialogue
    • 14 Introversion and Intelligence Studies regarding introverts and intelligence abound (Downey, Lomas, Billings, Hansen, & Stough, 2014; Furnham, Forde, & Cotter, 1997; Paulhus & Morgan, 1997; Saklofske & Kostura, 1990). However, some of the...
    • Page 33

    • Reading comprehension; Evaluation; Education; Introversion; Dialogue
    • 32 Procedures To develop this project, students wrote in their journals Mondays through Thursdays, with a daily prompt related to their personal or guided reading assignment or other literacy activities. Once a week, students turned in their...
    • Page 29

    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 24 Participants and Setting Students from the Utah high school used in this study came from a variety of communities in the school's surrounding area. The area consisted of primarily middle to upper class...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 25 whether or not that changed with the use of the ARS. This data was used to help determine the effectiveness of student owned cell phones on student engagement. The questionnaires helped corroborate the data...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 30 Table 2 Individual Degree of Interactivity According to Gender Male Female U SO SE N U SO SE N I am focused on learning during class 87.5% 12.5% 76% 24% I pay attention to lectures and presentations in...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 31 Table 3 Student Engagement Rubric Scores Engagement Quality Impact Discussion Type No ARS With ARS No ARS With ARS No ARS With ARS Yes/No 3 3.7 3.6 4 2.8 4 Multiple Choice 2.8 3.6 2.3 3.8 3.2 3.7 Free...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 32 used. Once students had presented their own presentations, interest waned, with exception of a few who continued to vote the whole time. The researcher rated the quality of student comments at 2.3. Student...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 33 list, their preferred method of conflict management (multiple choice). Using the rubric designed to assess the level of student engagement, the researcher rated the level of engagement at 3.6 points out of a...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 34 was well thought out (see Figure 3). Finally, the researcher rated the impact of the contributions made by students at 3.8. Many of the student's responses, such as working together, common goals, knowing...

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