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This research project will study ways to measure how and when students learn basic physics concepts while playing an educational digital game called “Impulse” (pictured at right). The research will include students with and without ADHD and/or autism spectrum disorder (ASD). 

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This study will consider how well students with learning disabilities, ADHD, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD) learn concepts in an online statistics course when the instructor participates in real-time (synchronous) online discussions with the students as opposed to asynchronous discussions. 

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Landmark College has developed a highly successful portfolio of supports for their students. This project will determine and identify the supports that are the most efficacious. These supports will then be digitized and piloted with students with disabilities in STEM majors at UCF. The overarching goal is to enhance persistence and performances for all students in STEM majors. The two year grant is part of NSF’s Improving Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE) solicitation. 

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Landmark College received a $6,500 National Science Foundation (NSF-REU) supplemental grant to the ongoing project entitled "Social Presence During Instructor Mediated Synchronous Versus Asynchronous On-Line Course Discussions: A Study of Undergraduate Students with Disabilities Learning Statistics.”

This funding will allow LCIRT to hire two Landmark College students as Research Assistants to support the work of the project and to provide the students with valuable research experiences in STEM.

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In addition to federally funded awards, LCIRT works with charitable foundations to provide access to unique learning opportunities for students as well as to explore novel methods for improving learning in students with LD, ADHD, and ASD. 

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