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The demand for online instruction is on the rise. In a classroom setting, research shows that student interactions are important for overcoming common misconceptions, but it is challenging to achieve the same level of engagement in an online setting. To try to improve online interactions in a hybrid physics class at Morehead State University, the Fall 2020 online class was required to post a total of three times about a closed, multiple choice, conceptual physics question in each assignment while following certain criteria. In the Spring of 2021, the discussion format was kept the same, but was moved to a different interface and included open, written response, rather than closed questions. The results from this change are being measured by comparing the amount of engagement for each student and the number of students who eventually obtain the correct answer.
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Epperson, Breanna and Price, Kent, "Increasing Student Engagement In Introductory Physics Hybrid Classes" (2021). 2021 Celebration of Student Scholarship - Poster Presentations. 47.
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