Digital Tools and Engagement: An Evaluation of Whether Collaborative and Generic Tools can Positively Affect Classroom Culture, Agency and Engagement in Junior Science in a New Zealand Boys' High School
MetadataShow full item record
This study used a mixed method approach to investigate the impact on engagement resulting from integrating two generic digital tools (Padlet and Flipgrid) into two science classrooms in an all-boys school in New Zealand. The study determined that engagement was improved using these tools although the results for the associated constructs of classroom culture and student agency were less clear.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Quantifying use of a health virtual community of practice for general practitioners’ continuing professional development: A novel methodology and pilot evaluationMurad, A.; Hyde, N.; Chang, S.; Lederman, R.; Bosua, R.; Pirotta, M.; Audehm, R.; Yates, C.J.; Briggs, Andrew ; Gorelik, A.; Chiang, C.; Wark, J.D. (2019)Background: Health care practitioners (HPs), in particular general practitioners (GPs), are increasingly adopting Web-based social media platforms for continuing professional development (CPD). As GPs are restricted by ...
Coming of age in the digital era: An exploratory transnational study into Australian and Singaporean PR consultants’ attitude towards digital communication.Archer, C.; Wolf, Katharina (2017)Digital and social media tools are no longer new and have become standard components of the public relations toolkit. However, they have undoubtedly changed and shaped the practice of public relations (PR) over the past ...
Towards a teaching analytics tool for supporting reflective educational (re)design in Inquiry-based STEM EducationSergis, S.; Sampson, Demetrios (2016)© 2016 IEEE.Providing appropriate tool-supported guidance to students is an essential aspect of technology-supported inquirybased STEM education, in order to facilitate them in engaging in diverse inquiry tasks. However, ...