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Abstract Title: Student Performance and Stress Level in Different Testing Environments
Abstract: This study examines how student quiz scores and behavior differ when taking quizzes in an Evaluation and Proficiency Center (EPC) versus a studio classroom setting. The studio classroom promotes collaborative learning by having the students work in groups of about three. All focus groups have the same professor, a graduate TA, and an undergraduate Learning Assistant. Student quiz scores and stress levels will be compared in the two environments to see if one setting is more favorable than the other. Quiz scores from the EPC will be compared to paper quiz scores. A statistical analysis will be run to see the difference between the two locations. Student self-evaluation of stress levels will be analyzed via an anonymous survey given at the end of each semester.  The Spring 2019 data will be compared to the data to be attained in the Fall 2019 semester when we will implement Personalized Adaptive Learning.
Abstract Type: Contributed Poster Presentation
Session Time: Poster Session I
Poster Number: A56

Author/Organizer Information

Primary Contact: Sarah Muller
University of Central Florida
3200 N Alafaya Trail
Orlando, FL 32826
Phone: 8135415460
and Co-Presenter(s)
Dr. Archana Dubey - University of Central Florida