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TAR Survey and Responses: Teaching modality influence on student outcomes


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Created: Oct 07, 2022 at 3:43 p.m.
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Abstract

This teaching-as-research project was designed to understand the impact of teaching modality (lecture, hands-on-modeling, design analysis) on student outcomes of in-class engagements, student survey responses, and student grades. Attached are:
Survey distributed to students after each modality (StudentSurvey.pdf)
Consent to participate in research study (TARConsentForm_211018.pdf)
All data collected during study:
Class time data (ClassTimeData.csv; ActivityDefinitions.csv)
Student grade data (StudentGrades.csv)
Student survey data (SurveyData.csv)
Model used for hands-on-modeling component (TAR_SWMM_Model.zip)

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This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
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USDA AFRI Education and Workforce Development Grant 2021-67034-35182

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Georgakakos, C. B., J. Knighton (2022). TAR Survey and Responses: Teaching modality influence on student outcomes, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/1fcbb7cc3d2b4a80946601c626868349

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