Educational technology

A Quantitative Study on Credit Recovery Curricula for Improving High School Graduation Rates

Author: 
Barbara A. Vaiana
Program of study: 
Ed.D./ET
Abstract: 
A quantitative, ex post facto causal comparative study methods was used to determine the impacts of implementing credit recovery into high school curricula on graduation rates.

Digital textbooks continue to hold the potential to revolutionize the dissemination of knowledge to anyone, anywhere. The understanding needed to reach a new digital paradigm includes tools that are consistent with the needs of a new generation of educato

A Qualitative Instrumental Case Study: Adapting Law Enforcement Interview Trigger Behaviors to Technical Educational Tools

Author: 
Don Gemeinhardt
Program of study: 
Ed.D./ET
Abstract: 
The purpose of this qualitative instrumental case study was to research criminal trigger behaviors in law enforcement interview protocols to analyze the possibility of creating a more advanced train

Users' Perception of Medical Simulation Training: A Framework for Adopting Simulator Technology

Author: 
Leili Hayati Green
Program of study: 
Ed.D./ET
Abstract: 
Users play a key role in many training strategies, yet some organizations often fail to understand the users’ perception after a simulation training implementation, their attitude about acceptance o

Massive Open Online Courses: Finding Consensus on Best Practices to Improve Learner Participation and Completion

Author: 
Anne Elizabeth Montgomery
Program of study: 
Ed.D./ET
Abstract: 
This study facilitated research on best practices for engaging learners, improve participation, and raise completion rates within massive open online courses (MOOC)s.

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