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Quantitative Questions.

  • 1.

    What effect do Web 2.0 technologies have on student achievement?

  • 2.

    What effect do Web 2.0 technologies have on building classroom community?

  • 3.

    What effect do Web 2.0 technologies have on student reported learning? Qualitative Questions.

  • 1.

    What are student experiences with Web 2.0 technologies for community college students in Spanish classes?

  • 2.

    What Web 2.0 technology tools do students use in their language learning?

  • 3.

    How do students use Web 2.0 technology tools in their language learning?

  • 4.

    How do students feel about using Web 2.0 technology tools in their language learning?

  • 5.

    What role/s do students see Web 2.0 tools playing in their language learning? Quantitative Data.

The research questions will be answered by collecting quantitative data using a

pretest and a posttest that will measure student achievement. A classroom community

survey instrument will also be administered that will diagnose the level of classroom

community, level of connectedness and level of self-reported learning which occurred in

the class using a Likert scale. Gathering quantitative data is important in order to measure

the impact of the intervention of Web 2.0 technologies.

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