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A common criticism of noncognitive measures is the potential for cultural influences in response processes. This study employs explanatory item response modeling to understand the effects of various demographic variables on response processes, using a measure of social support. Results support...
Comparing the Performance of Data Mining Methods in Classifying Successful Students with Scientific Literacy in PISA 2015Download
This study aims to classify successful and unsuccessful students in PISA (2015) scientific literacy using the indices and student questionnaire items in the PISA 2015 database. The sample of the study consists of 5895 Turkish students who participated in PISA 2015. In data analysis, Multilayer...
In computer-based tutoring systems, it is important to assess students’ mastery of different skills and provide remediation. In this study, we propose a novel neural network approach to estimate students’ skill mastery patterns. We conducted a simulation to evaluate the proposed neural network...
The purpose of this Master’s project was to conduct a thorough literature review on adoption, with a specific focus on research conducted on adoptees. This review highlights adoptee experiences, including both psychological concerns and resiliency, and provides evidence that this group has been...
Game changers: Evaluating post-secondary students’ computational thinking in a video game design classDownload
First introduced by constructionist Seymour Papert , the term Computational Thinking (CT) was popularized by Jeannette Wing in 2006 as a new literacy encompassing specific critical thinking skills and dispositions used for problem solving in broad disciplines . However, while CT is more...
This research aims to address the acute issue of the retention of female students in STEM domains. Specifically, this work proposes a three-year longitudinal study surveying the attitudes and beliefs of junior high-school students towards gender roles in computing science. This study will...
Choosing versus receiving feedback: The impact of feedback valence on learning in an assessment game
Studies examining feedback in educational settings have largely focused on feedback that is received, rather than chosen, by students. This study investigates whether adult participants learn more from choosing rather than receiving feedback from virtual characters in a digital poster design...
Students’ learning choices, such as seeking critical feedback or revising their work, provide insights into the learning processes that unfold when students learn on their own. This research aims to characterize high-school students who choose to seek critical feedback and to revise posters in a...