The Effect of ClassDojo and Go Noodle on the Behavioral and Off-Task Disruptions of Third Grade Students
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SubjectsEducation -- Research papers (Graduate)
Teaching -- Aids and devices -- Research
Distraction (Psychology) -- Research
Third grade (Education) -- Research
The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of ClassDojo and Go Noodle exercises on off-task and behavioral disruptions in a third grade classroom. This study utilized a pre/post quasi-experimental design that compared data from November, 2014, to data from March, 2015. The measurement tool was a computer program called ClassDojo that allowed instructors to record student behavioral and off-task disruptions. Analysis of the results revealed that Go Noodle and ClassDojo did not affect the behavioral and off-task disruptions of students in a third grade classroom. In conclusion, more research needs to be conducted to determine whether these interventions could have a positive impact on the behavioral and off-task disruptions of students.