Caysen Crum (email@example.com)
Work-book style learning has been a popular approach among primary and secondary schooling. It is well known that the transition between high-school and college may be a difficult transition. The intended purpose of this study is to directly access work-book learning in a professional classroom. Throughout our analysis we aim to quantify our data by determining if it is more effective providing them a) before class, b) in class, or c) after class. After coming to a conclusion we aim to provide a better learning experience in the classroom, along with a retention of the information. We want students to feel secure in their education and take their knowledge beyond the classroom.
University / Institution: Southern Utah University
Format: In Person
SESSION A (9:00-10:30AM)
Area of Research: Education
Faculty Mentor: Caleb Hiller