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    • Television programs; Fantasy fiction; Masculinity; Disabilities
    • REDEFINING MASCULINITY IN HBO’S GAME OF THRONES !41 Robert and Ned, and was a proven warrior in battle (“Lord Snow”). Based on the descriptions of Arryn by other characters, he fits the traditional frame of a medieval hero archetype:...
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    • Students--Testing.; Education--Testing.; Educational technology.
    • SRS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGAGEMENT 13 Hwang (2012) explored how instructors at the University of Alberta used a tool similar to Kahoot! called, Poll Everywhere, to involve scholars in vigorously, engaged, classroom lectures. Class sizes ranging from 10...
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    • Students--Testing.; Education--Testing.; Educational technology.
    • SRS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGAGEMENT 19 got the question wrong, so they could learn the material that the teacher was explaining, in her discussion after the question. Clickers were a great visual and interactive tool for students to remain engaged in the...
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    • Students--Testing.; Education--Testing.; Educational technology.
    • SRS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGAGEMENT 22 strongly agree. The six items were: 1. Class was challenging. 2. Class was engaging. 3. Class was enhanced my learning. 4. Class made me motivated to learn 5. Class helped me to better understand how the course...
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    • Students--Testing.; Education--Testing.; Educational technology.
    • SRS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGAGEMENT 25 Chapter 4 Results RQ1: Does the use of SRS’s, specifically Kahoot!, improve students test scores on teacher made tests? As seen in table 3 when students used the game-based quiz and review (Kahoot!), scores...
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    • Students--Testing.; Education--Testing.; Educational technology.
    • SRS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGAGEMENT 26 RQ2: What impact does a SRS have on student engagement as measured on surveys? 65% of students reported having consistently higher engagement the second semester while using the student-response system Kahoot! on...
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    • Students--Testing.; Education--Testing.; Educational technology.
    • SRS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGAGEMENT 32 Chapter 5 Discussion Results showed the use of a game-based learning tool like Kahoot! can have a significant effect on how students score on teacher made tests, their engagement, and motivation in lectures for this...
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    • Students--Testing.; Education--Testing.; Educational technology.
    • SRS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGAGEMENT 34 Table 4 Grades on Teacher Made Tests Class Average Semester 1 Class Average Semester 2 Class Average Test #1 82% 92% Test #2 80% 93% Test #3 85% 90% Test #4 84% N/A Test #5 85% n/a Unit Test 84% 90% Test #1 88%...
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    • Students--Testing.; Education--Testing.; Educational technology.
    • SRS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGAGEMENT 41 Daradoumis, T. (2011). Technology-enhanced systems and tools for collaborative learning scaffolding. Berlin: Springer. Dunn, P. K., Richardson, A., Oprescu, F., & McDonald, C. (2013). Mobile-phone-based classroom...
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    • Students--Testing.; Education--Testing.; Educational technology.
    • SRS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGAGEMENT 47 Appendix A Student Survey Directions: Circle the corresponding value that represents how you feel with each question. 1=”Strongly disagree” 2= “Somewhat disagree” 3= “Somewhat agree” 4= “Strongly agree” Question:...
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    • Students--Testing.; Education--Testing.; Educational technology.
    • SRS TECHNOLOGY AND ENGAGEMENT 48 world” problems. (Application) 6. Class lectures made me feel stressed. 1 2 3 4 After Kahoot was used these two questions were added for RQ3: 1. Please list and explain the strengths and weaknesses of Kahoot! as a...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 4 Assistant, media player, Global Positioning System navigation unit, cameras, and Internet access. Most smartphones can access and run third-party applications (apps). Chapter 2 Literature Review This review of...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 6 response technology, devised a questionnaire to cover the issues associated with the use of an ARS in the classroom. Data was collected from 11 different undergraduate classes at the University of Victoria. All...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 7 immediate feedback to that student. Of the 335 students in attendance during the ARS lectures, 97.9% of students responded to all four questions. Of the 350 students in attendance during lectures where hand...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 9 grade level or subject area taught no significant differences were found. Students who felt comfortable with technology rated the use of an ARS more positively than students who were not as comfortable. Students...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 10 Participants in the courses using the ARS indicated their answers by pushing the corresponding button on their device. Each participant in the other course was provided with two paddles to use for responding....
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 21 classes. The researchers reported students enjoyed voting and that it increased their confidence in participating in class discussions. Students perceived the use of VotApedia as increasing the frequency of...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 22 to answer more questions and increase their participation in discussions because of the incorporation of an ARS. An ARS fosters both an active and interactive classroom, keeping students interested and...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 28 32 students enrolled in the course, obtained parent permission and completed the survey, including 17 females (F) and eight males (M). Survey completers included 17 seniors and eight juniors. The seven...
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    • Education; Cell phones; Teaching; Students
    • CELL PHONES AND STUDENT ENGAGEMENT 29 seldom did. Eighteen percent of females seldom volunteered and 12% never did. Twenty-two students (87.5% m, 88% F) indicated that they usually listened respectfully to the opinions of their peers during class,...

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