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The Influence of TeachLivE on Anxiety Levels in Preservice and Inservice Mathematics Teachers
Proceedings from Ludic Convergence: The Second National TLE TeachLivE Conference (2014)
  • Heidi Eisenreich, Georgia Southern University
  • Katie Harshman, University of Central Florida
Abstract
Doctoral students conducted a research project in Spring 2014 using a galvanic skin response device to measure anxiety levels of preservice and inservice teachers during interaction with the TeachLivE students.  Preliminary results will be discussed.
Keywords
  • TeachLivE,
  • Anxiety levels,
  • Pre-service and in-service mathematics teachers
Disciplines
Publication Date
May, 2014
Editor
Carrie Straub, Lisa Dieker, Michael Hynes and Charles Hughes
Publisher
University of Central Florida
Citation Information
Heidi Eisenreich and Katie Harshman. "The Influence of TeachLivE on Anxiety Levels in Preservice and Inservice Mathematics Teachers" Orlando, FLProceedings from Ludic Convergence: The Second National TLE TeachLivE Conference (2014) p. 19 - 22
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/heidi-eisenreich/20/