Presentation Title

Three-Act Tasks and Increasing Student Motivation

University

Shawnee State University

Major

Middle Childhood Education Math and Science

Student Type

Undergraduate Student

Presentation Types

Oral Presentation

Keywords:

Three-act task, Student Motivation, Participation, Mathematics

Description

The purpose of this study is to implement strategies that increase student motivation and participation by teaching them how to ask questions that require higher-level thinking. For this study, students will complete a KWL chart, as well as a three-act task, which allows them to self-regulate their learning. Participants will engage in a classroom survey which will allow me analyze their overall thoughts and feelings towards the KWL chart and three-act task, I will also be able to determine if the participants were able to learn the intended math concepts by completing these two activities.

Faculty Sponsor Name

John Roush

Faculty Sponsor Title

Assistant Professor of Education

Faculty Sponsor Academic Department

School of Education

Location

KRI 157

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Three-Act Tasks and Increasing Student Motivation

KRI 157

The purpose of this study is to implement strategies that increase student motivation and participation by teaching them how to ask questions that require higher-level thinking. For this study, students will complete a KWL chart, as well as a three-act task, which allows them to self-regulate their learning. Participants will engage in a classroom survey which will allow me analyze their overall thoughts and feelings towards the KWL chart and three-act task, I will also be able to determine if the participants were able to learn the intended math concepts by completing these two activities.