Investment and Return : Wiki Engagement in a “ Remedial ” ESL Writing Course

@inproceedings{Nakamaru2012InvestmentAR,
  title={Investment and Return : Wiki Engagement in a “ Remedial ” ESL Writing Course},
  author={Sarah Nakamaru},
  year={2012}
}
  • Sarah Nakamaru
  • Published 2012
This study explores the extent to which students in a community college remedial English as a second language (ESL) course engaged with a class wiki and the relationship between their pattern of engagement over time and success in exiting remediation. Participants included 47 students in two sections of ESL writing during the spring 2009 semester. Results showed that repeated outof-class engagement over the course of the semester was positively associated with successfully exiting remediation… CONTINUE READING

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