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Product Summary,Intended Outcomes,Foundational Research. Intended Product Implementation,Product Research,Future Research Plans. Product Summary, an interactive learning environment that enables students to read practice and. study in one continuous experience,REVEL includes embedded assessments interactive. components and videos integrated within the narrative content to reinforce key concepts It also. includes familiar learning and study tools such as highlighting note taking and a glossary to. support learning REVEL provides an assignment calendar that allows instructors to indicate. when readings must be completed and a detailed schedule of assignments with reminders and. study tips to help students stay on track throughout the course. The engaging content and tools within REVEL are designed to transform students into. self initiated independent learners It is designed to function on any device anywhere and. anytime so that students may come to class better prepared to learn By increasing the. likelihood that students will complete reading assignments prior to class time REVEL is. intended to make a measureable impact on defined learner outcomes related to educational. access completion competence and progression,Intended Outcomes.
Overview of Intended Outcomes, When REVEL is implemented as intended access to learning is expected to increase as a. result of the product s modality and learners likelihood of attending class Additionally learners. are expected to realize positive outcomes such as increased engagement higher rates of. course completion and higher academic achievement, Intended Outcome 1 Learners can access their learning anytime anywhere. As an interactive experience that is designed to be used as an anytime anywhere learning. tool it is expected that teachers would adopt REVEL to support student reading comprehension. and preparedness for class REVEL is accessible on a variety of devices including computers. laptops tablets and smartphones which increases learners ability to access REVEL content. Intended Outcome 2 Learners have a positive learning experience. REVEL is designed to enhance learning comprehension and is developed with the tools in place. to engage learners and offer them a positive learning experience For example the interactive. nature of the product promotes depth of understanding and lets students frequently check their. understanding and receive immediate feedback which is one of the most effective means for. building long term memory retention and increasing student confidence and motivation all. leading to a more positive learning experience, Intended Outcome 3 More learners attend class when using REVEL. Using REVEL contributes to learning comprehension and preparedness for class discussion. As a result of having a better understanding of the assigned material it is expected that. students will be more likely to attend class,Intended Outcome 4 Learners are engaged. It is expected that the design of REVEL and the tools included in the product will engage. students while they are preparing for class It is also expected that students will be engaged in. class through inquiry and discussion because they will attend class better prepared as a result. of using REVEL, Intended Outcome 5 Learners complete the course the first time.
Students coming to class having read and comprehended the material are expected to be better. prepared to master the course content and achieve stronger academic outcomes As a result. students will be more likely to complete the course in one attempt. Intended Outcome 6 Learners are better prepared for classes and discussions. Within REVEL content has been created and presented in accordance with learning principles. that are expected to support depth of comprehension and understanding The interactive. assignments and tools embedded in REVEL are also expected to optimize students interest in. and attention to the narrative content and to build positive learning behaviors As a result. students will come to class more prepared to participate in class and in discussions with faculty. Intended Outcome 7 Learners pass the course, Students coming to class having read and comprehended the material are expected to be better. prepared to master the course content and achieve stronger academic outcomes As a result. students will be more likely to pass the course,Foundational Research. Overview of Foundational Research, REVEL leverages the best in instructional research and design Every aspect of REVEL was. created to reduce extraneous cognitive load and increase long term memory for students This. enables students to come to class better prepared with the aim to increase their participation in. class discussion and to perform better in assessments and in the course overall. The design of REVEL is underpinned by several learning. design principles,Reduction in cognitive load, In cognitive psychology cognitive load refers to the total amount of mental effort being used in. working memory This includes extraneous cognitive load mental effort spent on distracting. elements that are not relevant to the learning Research shows that if you can reduce. extraneous cognitive load for students when they are reading or studying you can improve the. effectiveness of the learner s ability to process the important information and move it from. working memory to long term memory Sweller 1988 Miller 1956 Put simply if you remove. distractions learning is more likely to occur and students are more likely to achieve their desired. Presentation of content, With REVEL Pearson authors and learning designers have been able to reimagine the way.
students access the content and learn concepts applying new learning and assessment. strategies that were not possible in the past with a printed textbook following research based. multimedia learning principles Mayer Moreno 2003 For example all content in REVEL. courses are segmented into a consistent structure Each chapter or lesson is composed of an. introduction content segments and a summary which support the learner to structure their. thinking Learning objectives help organize the content and help the learner to focus on. important concepts Even elements such as fonts color palette column width and the amount of. white space a student sees on the screen have all been selected to reduce the extraneous. cognitive load on students while reading the REVEL course content. Embedded interactives and media, REVEL is designed so that narrative text is combined with interactive elements in order to. improve learning Information and ideas can often be presented more clearly via interactive. content or media than via static text alone The value of active pauses lies in the opportunity. for learners to stop and process information more deeply connecting the media to the text and. building a richer knowledge base Craik Tulving 1975 Mayer 2002. Embedded assessment, REVEL s approach to embedded assessments aims to positively impact both learning and. instruction REVEL lets students frequently check their understanding and receive immediate. feedback which is one of the most effective means for building long term retention and. increasing student confidence and motivation Hattie 2009 2012 The spacing of assessment. opportunities reflects research on optimizing memory e g Clark Bjork 2014 REVEL. assessments also allow instructors to gauge student comprehension frequently provide timely. feedback and address learning gaps along the way In addition the assessments in REVEL are. low stakes students earn credit for correct answers which communicates the value in. completing assignments,Intended Product Implementation. Overview of Intended Product Implementation, REVEL launched in September 2014 and therefore is in early stage development for a product. of this type However preliminary data about its implementation in the classroom has been. gathered Throughout 2015 we have collected information about how instructors implement. REVEL in their classrooms how content is used by instructors and students experiences of. students accessing the technology system with respect to product access implementation and. student engagement Future studies will include more controls within the study design to. deepen the insights from the data collected, In a study see details in next section of the implementation of REVEL the majority of.
instructors 67 indicated that they assigned reading in REVEL at least one week before the. topic was going to be covered in class and required that the short quiz embedded within REVEL. be completed prior to coming to class that day Students scores on quiz items are then used by. instructors to design his her lecture to focus on identified gaps in knowledge Instructors also. reported that they assign the end of section quizzes to help students reflect on their reading. Future research will be designed to further explore the different ways in which the product is. being implemented by educators,Product Research,Overview of Product Research. At this time we have strong foundational research which suggests that REVEL was designed. and developed in alignment with best instructional practices We also have preliminary evidence. demonstrating how instructors are implementing REVEL how students are using the product. and how students perceive the use of the product We have early evidence of how intended use. of the product relates to the identified outcomes Based on early findings we have developed. plans for future research that is expected to provide more rigorous evidence of the efficacy of. REVEL The planned studies will evaluate the impact of features that have been added to. REVEL since the current research was conducted,Research Studies. A Study of the Implementation of REVEL in Undergraduate Humanities and Social. Science Courses, Study Citation A Study of the Implementation of REVEL in Undergraduate. Humanities and Social Science Courses 2015 Pearson. Education Higher Education Line of Business Efficacy and. Research Study Higher Education Line of Business Efficacy and Research. Contributors,Type of Study Descriptive and correlational. Sample Size 735 students in pre semester survey sample 483 students in. post semester sample 193 students with linked pre and. post semester surveys 15 instructors REVEL platform usage. data from 10 497 unique student users, Description of Sample Though it was suggested that all instructors and students who.
used REVEL participate in the data collection efforts presented. in this report completion of student surveys was not mandatory. and therefore the sample may not be representative of the. population of students using REVEL, Outcomes Measured Learners can access their learning anytime anywhere. Learners have a positive learning experience,Learners are engaged. Learners are better prepared for class discussion and activities. Introduction, REVEL was launched to market in the Fall of 2014 with nine pilot titles across the disciplines of. psychology sociology and US history There are now 88 titles live in REVEL and available. across humanities and social science Through 2016 more functionality will be added to REVEL. to meet the needs of additional users alongside,an evolution of the content design. This study was completed with a sample of instructors and students using REVEL in the spring. of 2015 The primary goal of this exploratory study was to gather information about how REVEL. was implemented in order to improve the product and guidance on implementation of the. product that is provided to instructors The second goal of the study was to explore through. pre post and correlational analysis whether use of REVEL has the potential to relate to learner. outcomes in the way envisioned for the product Although the study complies with the standards. for rigorous case study methodology causal claims are beyond the scope of the study. This implementation study used a case study methodology Yin 2014 whereby data was. collected using multiple methods in order to provide triangulation of data Data sources included. a interviews with faculty to understand their reasons for using REVEL and how they. implemented the product b standardized surveys completed by 15 faculty in order to collect. equivalent data about implementation and perceptions about the impact of REVEL on. instruction and student learning the benefits and challenges associated with the use of REVEL. and recommendations for improving REVEL c REVEL platform data was extracted from the. REVEL platform for all courses and d pre and post semester surveys of students designed to. gather information about their demographic characteristics prior use of technology based. homework completion systems prior course taking patterns in the content area in which REVEL. was used student expectations about what they would be able to accomplish while using. REVEL perceptions of their own abilities related to classroom tasks that REVEL was designed. to support and their perceptions of the impact of REVEL on their learning. Of the 15 instructors who completed the survey seven 47 taught at a four year institution. and eight 53 taught at a two year institution The majority of instructors 67 had taught the. course in which they implemented REVEL 10 or more times prior to the spring 2015 semester. Science Courses Study Citation A Study of the Implementation of REVEL in Undergraduate Humanities and Social Science Courses 2015 Pearson Education Higher Education Line of Business Efficacy and Research Research Study Contributors Higher Education Line of Business Efficacy and Research

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