Abstract Title

A naturalistic observation of participation in upper and lower division classes

Abstract

Participation is a crucial part of learning. It is important for students to express their opinions and ask questions to enhance their knowledge of the topic. The current study is a longitudinal naturalistic observational study of ten different classrooms at Kent State over a period of five weeks. We hypothesize that students will participate more in upper division compared to lower division classes. Data collection is ongoing and will conclude in the middle of March.

Modified Abstract

Participation is a crucial part of learning. It is important for students to express their opinions and ask questions to enhance their knowledge of the topic. The current study is a longitudinal naturalistic observational study of ten different classrooms at Kent State over a period of five weeks. We hypothesize that students will participate more in upper division compared to lower division classes.

Research Category

Psychology

Primary Author's Major

Psychology

Mentor #1 Information

Dr. Rachael

Blasiman

Presentation Format

Poster

Start Date

April 2019

Research Area

Experimental Analysis of Behavior

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A naturalistic observation of participation in upper and lower division classes

Participation is a crucial part of learning. It is important for students to express their opinions and ask questions to enhance their knowledge of the topic. The current study is a longitudinal naturalistic observational study of ten different classrooms at Kent State over a period of five weeks. We hypothesize that students will participate more in upper division compared to lower division classes. Data collection is ongoing and will conclude in the middle of March.