The Impact of the Learning Environment on Student Engagement in High School Classrooms
by David J. Shernoff, Stephen M. Tonks & Brett Anderson — 2014
This chapter presents a study that investigated characteristics of the learning environment predicting for student engagement in public high school classrooms. Students in seven high school classrooms in five different subject areas were observed and videoed in order to predict their engagement as measured by the experience sampling method (ESM).
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