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SoTL Adventure

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Kristie Dukewich

on 27 July 2013

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Transcript of SoTL Adventure

some
background
my ideal
SoTL project
red flags,
concerns,
questions
Nevid, Pastva & McClelland (2013) asked the question does it matter what kind of low-stakes writing assignments students engage in, or whether they choose the topic?
Nope.
But writing-to-learn works really well at improving students' understanding of specific content.
you know what I think was really great about this study?
matched
unmatched
class 1
class 2
class 3
but the authors only know that gender & year didn't differ across groups in study 1.
What's the gap that my SoTL project is going to fill?
Does writing-to-learn help students with their metacognitive skills?

Does writing-to-learn help students with their writing skills?
formal
essay
reflective
writing
vs
1st semester, Wednesdays, 1-4pm
2nd semester, Tuesdays, 6-9pm
DV1: performance on the final exam.
DV2: performance on their next Psychology essay.
recruitment & collecting consent (ethics)
why I avoided random assignment (ethics)

validating my measure of the dependent variables
the problems associated with my between-subject design
Thanks for listening & participating.
Does writing-to-learn improve learning & writing: A cognitive psychology research adventure
Kristie.Dukewich
@utoronto.ca
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