Devshikha Bose

Devshikha Bose
Boise State University | BSU · Center for Teaching & Learning

Ph.D

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Additional affiliations
May 2007 - July 2012
Idaho State University
Position
  • Research Assistant

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Publications (19)
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Though mobile devices like smartphones, tablets, and tablet computers have an immense potential for improving student learning, there is little empirical research which reports ways in which students actually use these technologies for learning, especially in fields like Engineering. Based on a social-constructivist approach to learning, the purpos...
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This discussion paper demonstrates the need for applying backwards design principles to already-existing course syllabi in order to embed technology alongside pedagogy in teacher preparation programs. The problem is first addressed as a need to integrate technology in one secondary course based on lack of proficiency demonstrated on multiple measur...
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The purpose of this case study was to investigate faculty perceptions of participating in a Faculty Learning Community (FLC) and how the FLC contributed toward their pedagogical use of e-portfolios. The researchers were also interested in faculty perceptions of the potential impact of e-portfolios on student learning. An online survey and focus gro...
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Online learning will continue to be one of the popular modes of instruction offered by higher education institutions to accommodate different learning needs. Student engagement is critical to the success of online learning. Students should be engaged cognitively, emotionally, and behaviorally. This chapter discusses design considerations for online...
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Studies indicating the benefits of using mobile devices for educational purposes have shown mixed results and have not yet been conducted in many disciplines, especially with freshmen engineering students. The purpose of this project is to build a year long Mobile Learning Community (MLC) that provides strategies to enhance digital fluency. These s...
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The effective use of electronically mediated communication (EMC) is fundamental to digital literacy and, therefore, a high-demand competency in professional communities of practice, business, society, and online education. However, the use of EMC can be challenging in educational contexts; given that EMC tends to rely heavily on text-based formats,...
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The purpose of this paper is to present a progress report on a case study which documents faculty perceptions regarding the impact of a Faculty Learning Community (FLC) on the pedagogical applications of ePortfolios in course design. The study will also document faculty perceptions on how changes made/planned to course design as a result of partici...
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The purpose of this study was to determine whether there was a difference in knowledge and application of the SIOP® Model among in-service teachers who participated in an online professional development course on the SIOP® Model. Although these teachers all participated in the same course, information on the number of English Language Learners (ELL...
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Despite the pedagogic affordances of mobile devices, many instructors are not prepared to effectively integrate them into their courses. Boise State University has developed a program to support faculty in the innovative use of mobile devices in the classroom. This qualitative case study documents instructors' experiences and perceptions of integra...
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Online learning will continue to be one of the popular modes of instruction offered by higher education institutions to accommodate different learning needs. Student engagement is critical to the success of online learning. Students should be engaged cognitively, emotionally, and behaviorally. This chapter discusses design considerations for online...
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This paper is a work in progress report on an Engineering Living Learning Community (LLC) at Boise State University. Though the LLC under consideration is for the time period of Fall 2014 to Fall 2016, this report is limited to student as well as instructor anecdotal and self-reported experiences, observations, and evaluations made during Fall 2014...
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This paper is an excerpt on the author's doctoral study titled " Effects of Just-in-Time online training on knowledge and application of the Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP ®) model among in-service teachers. " The specific focus of the report is on an aspect of the study, which sought to determine whether there was any statistical...
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The effective use of electronically-mediated communication (EMC) is fundamental to digital literacy and, therefore, a high-demand competency in professional communities of practice, business, society, and online education. However, the use of EMC can be challenging in educational contexts; given that EMC tends to rely heavily on text-based formats,...
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Teaching physical security can be difficult since classes generally do not have access to physical structures to assess. The purpose of this study was to investigate a new way of teaching physical security using Second Life® and to see if there is a difference in performance related to mode of instruction. The research question sought to determine...
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Advances in virtualization are making it possible to facilitate the learning of students at a distance. Instructors can teach complex skills with even greater ease than had been afforded in traditional classrooms. Virtualization provides opportunities for dealing with heterogeneous groups, facilitating instructional design possibilities for a diver...
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This paper deals with the effectiveness of using podcasts as a mobile learning option and discusses the best practices of instructional design for the creation of Learning Objects (LOs) to be delivered as podcasts. It proposes to determine whether there is a significant difference in student performance and long term retention of rule knowledge and...
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This paper has two parts. The first part is a literature review which discusses vocabulary acquisition in ESL learners in context of 1) vocabulary acquisition strategies used by ESL learners 2) efficacy of Computer Aided Language Learning (CALL) in ESL vocabulary acquisition, 3) the use of hypertexts to aid vocabulary acquisition among ESL learners...

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