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Memrise Beyond the Classroom: Student Use of Memrise for Studying Curriculum Vocabulary
Transcript of Memrise Beyond the Classroom: Student Use of Memrise for Studying Curriculum Vocabulary
Will students make use of an online application in a voluntary blended learning scenario?
What does it all mean?
In a Blended Learning Classroom
Measuring Student Use of
What is Memrise
“Blended learning is a formal education program in which a student learns at least in part through online delivery of content and instruction with some element of student control over time, place, path, and/or pace and at least in part at a supervised brick-and-mortar location away from home.” Staker & Horn, 2012
And why use it in this study?
Why use it?
An indication of use
To what extent?
Can this be measured?
Thank you for your consideration
Action Research: N = 21
Behavioral Data: Collected from application
Questionnaire: Tech use and study habits
Focus group: Participant impressions
N = 21
N = 6
N = 5
N = 10
1. Do you have access to an internet connected computer in your home?
17 (85%) 3 (15%)
2. Do you use an internet connected computer outside of your home?
‘Yes’ to either item 1 or 2
3. How many hours per week do you use a computer? (Mean, SD, Mode)
3.13 2.64 1.5 - 2
4. How many hours per week do you study with a computer?
2.73 2.19 2.5 - 4
5. How many hours per week do you study language with a computer?
1.68 2.6 .5 - 1
6. How many hours per week do you study language outside of class?
1.3 1.49 .5 - 1
Positive: Good challenge
Negative: Poor layout