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LTX Panel on Engagement in Digital Learning

We are very pleased to introduce the Learning Technologies Exchange (LTX) series! This series is a great opportunity to connect with students and faculty in the Learning Technologies program while exploring topics in teaching, learning, and technology from a research-to-practice perspective.

In this first session of the LTX series, November 14, 12:30-1:30PM, Ramseyer Hall College Commons, we will discuss about student engagement in digital learning. The panelists are Kui Xie, Ana Correia, Tracey Stuckey-Mickell, Rick Voithofer. The session will be moderated by our doctoral student Mike Nelson.

Please mark your calendar and join us for an exciting idea exchange! Please also help to share the event information and invite your colleagues to join.

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Brownbag Presentation on Motivational Profiles

Drs. Kui Xie and Vanessa Vongkulluksn will present in the Educational Psychology Brown Bag on “Insights of Motivational Profile on Engagement and Academic Performance.”

Monday, November 6, 2017
12:00 – 1:00 pm
Ramseyer Hall 136

This study examined the relationship among motivation, engagement, and academic performance through both variable- and person-centered research approaches. Participants include 4170 students in grades 8 to 12 from twelve public schools across a Midwestern state in the United States. Variable-centered path modeling confirmed that motivation factors influence academic performance through the mediation of cognitive and social engagement. Person-centered latent profile analysis revealed six motivational profiles including very low motivation, low intrinsic motivation, mid-low motivation, mid-level motivation, high overall motivation, and high intrinsic/low extrinsic motivation profile groups. Students in these motivational profiles exhibited differences in cognitive and social engagement, as well as academic performance. Additionally, three patterns of relationship among cognitive engagement, social engagement, and GPA were identified, suggesting that the role of engagement in predicting academic performance differs according to students’ motivational profile membership.

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Presentations at AERA 2017 at San Antonio, TX

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In the upcoming 2017 Annual Meeting for American Educational Research Association (AERA) at San Antonio, TX, our lab members will be involved in five presentations:

1. Grit in Makerspaces: The relationship among grit, academic emotions, and interest in a makerspace program
Thu, April 27, 12:00 to 1:30pm, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, Ballroom Level, Hemisfair Ballroom 2
Vanessa Vongkulluksn, The Ohio State University; Ananya Mukhopadhyay, Gale M. Sinatra, Julie A. Marsh, University of Southern California

2. Evaluating Technology Professional Development on Teachers’ Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK), Technology Beliefs, and Leadership
Fri, April 28, 8:15 to 9:45am, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, Ballroom Level, Hemisfair Ballroom 3
Nathan Andrew Hawk, Lin Lu, Min Kyu Kim, Kui Xie, The Ohio State University

3. Investigating Socially-Situated Identity in Peer-Moderated Online Collaborative Learning: A Discourse Analysis Study
Fri, April 28, 12:25 to 1:55pm, Grand Hyatt San Antonio, Fourth Floor, Republic B
Lin Lu, Serkan Izmirili, Sheng-Lun Cheng, Kui Xie, The Ohio State University

4. The Influence of Self-Efficacy, Role Construction, and Technology Knowledge on Parental Mediation of Adolescents’ Technology Use
Sun, April 30, 2:15 to 3:45pm, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, Street Level, Exhibit Hall 4
Vanessa Vongkulluksn, The Ohio State University

5. The Validation of a Systemic Evaluation Framework to Investigate the Multilayered Impacts of Technology Integration Projects
Mon, May 1, 8:15 to 9:45am, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, Ballroom Level, Hemisfair Ballroom 1
Min Kyu Kim, Georgia State University; Sheng-Lun Cheng, Kui Xie, The Ohio State University

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Lab Members Presenting at AERA 2014

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Lab members presented their research findings at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2014 conference in Philadelphia, PA. The topic of the presentation was “The effect of perceived leadership on small group online collaborative learning through asynchronous online discussions.” The study examined the relationship between emergent leadership, self-regulatory strategies, learning engagement, and achievement in small group online collaborative learning activities.

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Team Presenting at Innovate 2014

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Dr. Kui Xie and his team presented at the Innovate: Create 2014 conference. His presentation overviewed the theoretical frameworks and practical considerations underlying the design of an online learning module that aimed to promote students’ motivation, engagement, and learning in online environments. Presenters described the rationale behind students’ participation in authentic learning and collaborative learning activities in the module. They demonstrated how the development of instructional materials and course activities were guided by theoretical and empirical research on motivation and learning. In addition, they demonstrated how assessments were built into the learning activities. For more information, please visit: http://odee.osu.edu/innovate/session/creating-motiving-and-engaging-online

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