Date of Award
Master of Social Work
School of Social Work
First Reader/Committee Chair
The purpose of this research was to identify which resources have been most effective by examining an elementary school site with 22 parent and teacher participants. The increase in online learning in the past 5 years across kindergarten through 6th grade students required educators and students to know which are the most effective and relevant resources that supplement learning. Online Google surveys were used to gather data which was inputted into SPSS to examine a univariant analysis. The results determined Lexia Core 5 to be the best resource for academic improvement and Google Classroom to be the most effective online resource for increasing engagement in this sample. Future research should consider a larger sample size to determine effective online resources.
Mora-Lopez, Marlene, "EFFECTIVE RESOURCES FOR ONLINE LEARNING A STUDY ON ELEMENTARY AGED CHILDREN" (2023). Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations. 1699.