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Does Time-of-Day of Instruction Impact Class Achievement?

  title={Does Time-of-Day of Instruction Impact Class Achievement?},
  author={Amanda J Wile and Gary A Shouppe},
This article explores literature related to Time-of-Day instruction and possible impact on student achievement for students. The possibility of schools as a contributing factor to the problem of low academic performance by some students due to a conflict between personal chronotype and school schedule may have research significance. In order for learning to take place, student engagement must be paramount and provide optimal opportunities for students to utilize their personal learning, for… Expand
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