Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
Dr. Don Angelaccio
Student engagement is consistently shown by research to be a critical component of student learning. An opportunity to link variables of perceived student engagement, perceived student-teacher relationship and clarity, an in-person learning format, and a remote learning format presented itself when, in March of 2020, all Illinois public schools were mandated by Governor J.B. Pritzker to teach in a fully remote structure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Student survey data results were examined using Wagner et al’s (2006) 4 C’s model to determine if there were statistically significant differences among student engagement and student-teacher relationships when compared across in-person and remote learning environments. Implications for educators are posed to inform future practice.
Harter, Douglas K., "Student Engagement and Equitable Student Learning Outcomes" (2021). Dissertations. 613.