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Face reveals, Do they change anything?
AdvisorBergman, Daniel J.
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Wood, Brenden; Ocon, Juan. 2021. Face reveals, Do they change anything? -- In Proceedings: 20th Annual Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Forum. Wichita, KS: Wichita State University, p. 22
Juan and I have been student teaching this semester. We're currently the headteachers of our classrooms. So, we work with students, in-person and online, every day. However, neither of us have really shown our faces consistently to the online students. Some of them don't even know what we look like. Our students just finished their 3rd quarter of the school year with our inconsistent facerevealing. And we have records of their participation from that whole quarter. During the next quarter, we were thinking we could more consistently show our faces to the online students and record if that gets more participation or feedback from them. The overall experiment is that we will record participation records and interaction patterns in the coming quarter to see if the teacher revealing their face contributes to higher participation from online students.
First place winner of an oral presentation for Social Sciences at the 20th Annual Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Forum (URCAF) held virtually, Wichita State University, April 9, 2021.