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1 Josh Bergerson

2 Students split into two groups Data collected over a unit of study No difference in achievement Differences in attitudes

3 Purpose Justification of Study Research Questions Background Role of Feedback Online Assessment Programs Data Collection Set up Methods Tools

4 Findings Test results Homework completion rate Survey results Conclusions Textbook vs. online homework Plan of Action Effects on students Effect on teacher

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7 Likelihood of completing assignments Impact of improved feedback on achievement Access to technology needed

8 Immediate feedback may increase retention of correct response. Detailed feedback increases understanding more than limited feedback.

9 Current research focus is on intro level college courses Various studies range from finding no effect to a positive effect Most positive effects occur when compared to no homework

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11 Chemistry 3 periods 1 control = 17 2 experimental = th & 11 th grade Physics 2 periods 1 control = 10 1experimental = th & 12 th grade Total Control = 27 students Total Experimental = 34 students

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14 Chemistry Test Results Test Group ControlExperimentalp value Pre-testM S.D Post-testM S.D Improvement Physics Test Results Test Group ControlExperimentalp value Pre-testM S.D Post-testM S.D Improvement

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16 Answers that differed from expected were: Students needed help to complete assignments Students preferred opposite homework method

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18 Needed outside help

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20 Computer Textbook

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23 Teachers need to…

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25 Arasasingham, R. D., Marorell, I., & McIntire, T. M. (2011). Online Homework and Student Achievement in a Large Enrollment Introductory Science Course. Journal of College Science Teaching, 40, Bonham, S., & Beichner, R. (2001). Online Homework: Does It Make a Difference? The Physics Teacher, 39, Cole, R. S., & Todd, J. B. (2003). Effects of Web-Based Multimedia Homework with Immediate Rich Feedback on Student Learning in General Chemistry. Journal of Chemical Education, 80,

26 Epstein, M. L., Epstein, B. B., & Brosvic, G. M. (2001). Immediate Feedback During Academic Testing. Psychological Reports, 88, Freasier, B., Collins, G., & Newitt, P. (2003). A Web-Based Interactive Homework Quiz and Tutorial Package To Motivate Undergraduate Chemistry Students and Improve Learning. Journal of Chemical Education, 80, Glanz, J. (2003). Action Research: An Educational Leader's Guide to School Improvement (2nd Edition ed.). Norwood, Massachusetts: Christopher-Gordon Publishers, Inc.

27 Johnson, A. P. (2012). A Short Guide to Action Research (4th Edition ed.). Pearson Education Inc. Richard-Babb, M., Drelick, J., Henry, Z., & Roberstson- Honecker, J. (2011). Online Homework, Help or Hindrance? What Students Think and How They Perform. Journal of College Science Teaching, 40, Sapling Learning. (n.d.). Normangee ISD-Normangee HS- Chemsitry. Retrieved from Sapling Learning Web site: hs.saplinglearning.com


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