Dr. Dengting Boyanton is an Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology in the School of Education at the Long Island University (C.W. Post, New York).

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
How Do You Know They Are Learning: Introducing the CES Classroom Learning Assessment Model

This newly developed CES Classroom Learning Instrument states that classroom learning can be assessed by examining three external indicators: cognitive continuity, emotional involvement, and social harmony.

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Mutual Value Theory: A Grounded Theory of Classroom Learning

This study developed the mutual value theory to demonstrate four key conditions to achieve powerful learning in the college classroom: self-value, perceived self-value, other-value, and course-value.

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Technoholic: Negative Impact of Technology on College Students’ Learning Behaviors

This investigated the student-initiated technology usage among college students. It found that technology has a negative impact on their learning including being time-consuming, distracting, and addictive.

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Published online: March 11, 2014

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Let It Flow: Redefine “Good” Discussion in Higher Education Classroom

This study examined class discussion at the university level. Using a grounded theory approach, this study identified four key characteristics: 1) readiness, 2) motivation, 3) engagement, and 4) outcome.

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