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Procrastination And The College Student: An Analysis On Contributing Factors And Academic Consequences, Jourdan Ford
Education Undergraduate Research
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Exploring The Multiple Dimensions Of Intelligence Identity In High-Achieving Students, Amy A. Holland
Educational Administration: Theses, Dissertations, and Student Research
The purpose of this phenomenological study was to explore the important elements reported by second-year undergraduates at Midwestern University (MU) as they renegotiated their intelligence identity of being the smart one. The five participants were members of the 2012-2013 first-year cohort of Jumpstart Business Community (JBC). Per inclusion in JBC, the students identified as high-achieving students and/or were classified as accelerated learners in high school. The reconceptualized model of multiple dimensions of identity from Abes, Jones, and McEwen (2007) informed this study in the examination of renegotiation of the intelligence identity.
The main research question of this study was ...
Examining The Effectiveness Of The After Action Review For Online And Face-To-Face Discussion Groups, William Cradick
All Theses, Dissertations, and Other Capstone Projects
There is not enough research in the utilization of the After Action Review (AAR), in a college setting. The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of the AAR in both face-to-face and online classroom environments. Over the period of a semester, participants of undergraduate psychology courses, at a mid-sized university, conducted AARs with their static groups. Overall course and group activity grades were measured, along with self-efficacy, satisfaction, and motivation ratings. The AAR was found to be overall ineffective at improving performance outcomes. The evidence is not conclusive enough to suggest that the AAR will not be ...