A Taxonomy of Student Engagement with Educational Software: An Exploration of Literate Thinking with Electronic Text
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 24, Number 3, ISSN 0735-6331
Examines instances of "high" literacy, literate thinking, among elementary school students working with common computer software during their normal school day. Seven forms of engagement emerged to categorize students' work, and these were arranged in order of complexity: disengagement, unsystematic engagement, frustrated engagement, structure-dependent engagement, self-regulated interest, critical engagement, and literate thinking. (AEF)
Bangert-Drowns, R.L. & Pyke, C. (2001). A Taxonomy of Student Engagement with Educational Software: An Exploration of Literate Thinking with Electronic Text. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 24(3), 213.
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