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Dr. Moersch's Research

Chris Keynote

For the past 7 years, Dr. Chris Moersch has been the key investigator in the LoTi Digital Age School action research project. This project focuses on the impact of increased student H.E.A.T. (Higher order thinking, Engaged learning, Authentic connections, Technology use) on (1) student academic achievement in one or more content areas and (2) the level of instructional innovation (LoTi)  in the classroom. The emphasis is on contextual learning that enables students to transfer their content understanding to real world situations using the available digital assets in the classroom.

 

The vast majority of action research studies using the LoTi Digital Age School model have have shown statistically-significant increases in student achievement in the targeted content area based on the results of statewide assessments. A summary of recent LoTi Digital Age School reports are included below:

 

Atlantic City Board of Education (2010-11)

Atlantic City Board of Education (2009-10)

Atlantic City Board of Education (2008-09)

Atlantic City Board of Education (2007-08)

 

Camden Promise Charter School (2012-13)

Camden Promise Charter School (2011-12)

 

Community Academy of Philadelphia (2012-13)

Community Academy of Philadelphia (2011-12)

 

Fort MacKenzie High School (2010-11)

Fort MacKenzie High School (2009-10)


Urban Pathways Charter School (2012-13)

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