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Student engagement and participation : concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications
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Hershey, Pennsylvania (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA) :

IGI Global,

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82 PDFs (3 volumes)
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Includes index.
Chapter 1. Strategies of engagement: parent and school connections -- Chapter 2. A reconstructed conception of learner engagement in technology rich online learning environments -- Chapter 3. Connecting the past and the resent: using our deep history of learning through community art to inform contemporary student engagement -- Chapter 4. Assessing engagement during the online assessment of real-world skills -- Chapter 5. Engage online learners: design considerations for promoting student interactions -- Chapter 6. A framework for promoting complex learning in a blended learning environment -- Chapter 7. Personal learning environments and social networks in the traditional school system: an applied case study in the Greek educational system -- Chapter 8. Designing and delivering web-based instruction to adult learners in higher education -- Chapter 9. Intercultural Dialogue through Design (iDiDe): a model of intercultural collaboration and student engagement -- Chapter 10. A framework for the design of online competency-based education to promote student engagement -- Chapter 11. A framework for designing interactive digital learning environments for young people -- Chapter 12. Complex learning: a way of rethinking teaching and learning -- Chapter 13. First steps in the development of a model for integrating formal and informal learning in virtual environments -- Chapter 14. Implementing a game-based instructional design strategy in the eighth grade science classroom: teaching science the chutes and ladders way! -- Chapter 15. Engaging students in large classes through the use of blended learning instructional strategies (BLIS) -- Chapter 16. Reconceptualizing learning designs in higher education: using mobile devices to engage students in authentic tasks -- Chapter 17. Affect recognition for Web 2.0 intelligent e-tutoring systems: exploration of students' emotional feedback -- Chapter 18. Developing a framework for the effective use of learning analytics: a UK perspective -- Chapter 19. Enhanced student engagement through active learning and emerging technologies -- Chapter 20. Engagement and creativity in music education -- Chapter 21. If you build it will they come?: the learning commons engages students out of class -- Chapter 22. Using the WebQuest approach to elicit student engagement in a university course: a case study -- Chapter 23. The eAssessment of key competences and their relationship with academic performance -- Chapter 24. The importance of a collaboratory: using collaboration software to engage and assess students in computer-screen-based tutorials -- Chapter 25. Knowledge creation and student engagement within 3D virtual worlds -- Chapter 26. School performance analysis from a scholastic learning process -- Chapter 27. Mobile devices and classroom management: considerations and applications for effective use in an elementary school classroom -- Chapter 28. CRS: A course recommender system -- Chapter 29. Assessment practices using online tools in undergraduate programs -- Chapter 30. Humanizing the online experience through effective use and analysis of discussion forums -- Chapter 31. Fantasy workshop: active use of a Learning Management System (LMS) as an approach to blended learning -- Chapter 32. Saving face in online learning: new directions in teaching and e-learning -- Chapter 33. Using the International Negotiation Modules Project (INMP) to build a learning community -- Chapter 34. Embracing social media to advance knowledge creation and transfer in the modernized university: management of the space, the tool, and the message -- Chapter 35. Improving online course performance through customization: an empirical study using business analytics -- Chapter 36.Challenge-based learning using iPad technology in the middle school -- Chapter 37. Acceptability of social media use in out-of-class faculty-student engagement -- Chapter 38. Using creativity to facilitate an engaged classroom -- Chapter 39.A panel study on the effects of social media use and Internet connectedness on academic performance and social support -- Chapter 40. Active student engagement through the use of WebEx, MindTap, and a residency component to teach a masters online group counseling course -- Chapter 41. Evaluating e-learning from an end user perspective -- Chapter 42. Learning about blended learning through students' experiences: an exploratory study in postgraduate guidance and counselling programs in a university with campuses in Australia and Singapore -- Chapter 43. Regenerating HBCU persistence and retention: rethinking the first-year experience -- Chapter 44. Blended learning and technological development in teaching and learning -- Chapter 45. Brevity is the soul of wit: Twitter in the Shakespeare classroom -- Chapter 46. Increasing student engagement through virtual worlds: a community college approach in a diversity course -- Chapter 47.Cultural orientation differences and their implications for online learning satisfaction -- Chapter 48. Utilization of instructional media and academic performance of students in basic science: a case study of Education District V1 of Lagos State -- Chapter 49. Culturally sustaining pedagogy and hip-hop based education: a professional development framework in rap cypher and battle to promote student engagement and academic achievement -- Chapter 50. Supporting learning self-regulation through a PLE: dealing with the time management dimension -- Chapter 51. Considerations for online English language learning: the use of Facebook in formal and informal settings in higher education -- Chapter 52. Teachers can play too: teacher-child relationships, social-emotional development, and academic engagement -- Chapter 53. Predicting academic success for business and computing students -- Chapter 54. Promoting instructional technology for effective and efficient academic performance in Nigerian schools -- Chapter 55. An investigation of the relationship of motivation, attitudes and environment: two Hong Kong ESL learners' experience -- Chapter 56. Virtual learning communities: interaction in blended learning using Web 2.0 tools -- Chapter 57. Practices and attitudes of students and teachers using iPads in high school mMathematics classes -- Chapter 58. Engaging and empowering dual enrollment students: a principles of economics course example -- Chapter 59. Authentic online branching simulations: promoting discourse around problems of practice -- Chapter 60. Utilizing Twitter and #Hashtags toward enhancing student learning in an online course -- Chapter 61. Social presence and student engagement in online learning -- Chapter 62. Impact of social networking sites on student academic performance: the case of University of Bahrain -- Chapter 63. The influence of social media on international students' global life satisfaction and academic performance -- Chapter 64. The influence of social networks on high school students' performance -- Chapter 65. Understanding online cultural learning styles and academic performance of management students in an ethnic context -- Chapter 66. A blended approach to Canadian First Nations education: The SCcyber e-learning community -- Chapter 67. Impact of community engagement in higher education -- Chapter 68. Understanding language experiences of international ESL students in U.S. classrooms -- Chapter 69. Weaving Web 2.0 and facial expression recognition into the 3D virtual English classroom -- Chapter 70. Problem with multi-video format M-Learning applications -- Chapter 71. Learners' perception of engagement in online learning -- Chapter 72. Effectiveness of online advising on honors student retention and engagement -- Chapter 73. Increased engagement: exponential impact on school library -- Chapter 74. United States and European students' social-networking site activities and academic performance -- Chapter 75. Community service learning: recruiting psychology majors for service in a low-income community -- Chapter 76. Is this your best work?: complications and limitations of online Instruction for high quality student engagement -- Chapter 77. Paradigm shift toward student engagement in technology mediated courses -- Chapter 78. Does Facebook provide educational value?: an overview of theoretical and empirical advancements of affordances and critical issues.
"This book provides comprehensive research perspectives on the multi-faceted issues of student engagement and involvement within the education sector. Including innovative studies on learning environments, self-regulation, and classroom management"-- Provided by publisher.


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The delivery of quality education to students relies heavily on the actions of an institution's administrative staff. Effective teaching strategies allow for the continued progress of modern educational initiatives. Student Engagement and Participation: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications provides comprehensive research perspectives on the multi-faceted issues of student engagement and involvement within the education sector. Including innovative studies on learning environments, self-regulation, and classroom management, this multi-volume book is an ideal source for educators, professionals, school administrators, researchers, and practitioners in the field of education.