Long-term Effects of Response Cards on Student Engagement and Academic Performance by Students with Disabilities
Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Mary Beth Kenkel
This study examined the effects of response cards on student engagement and academic performance during math instruction. Students in a middle school classroom for students with emotional and behavior disorders (EBD) received two different instructional conditions: (a) hand raising or (b) response cards. An experimental group was compared to a control group on three identical academic tests administered at various times throughout the school semester to evaluate long-term effects of response cards on academic performance. Analysis of the results indicated increases in student engagement when response cards were implemented when compared to sessions during which students used hand raising to indicate a correct answer. Performance on the academic tests indicated academic material was retained over time in both groups.
Shubert, Deidra Nicole, "Long-term Effects of Response Cards on Student Engagement and Academic Performance by Students with Disabilities" (2015). Theses and Dissertations. 161.
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