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Non Web 2.0

Web 2.0

45

50

18

24

27

27

Figure 1: Table of Means from the Classroom Community Survey (CCS)

Overall (0-80) Connectedness (0-40) Learning (0-40)

The Classroom Community Survey (CCS) overall raw score varies from a maximum

of 80 to a minimum of zero. This score is to be interpreted as the higher the CCS score the

stronger the sense of classroom community. In non Web 2.0 classes M = 45 and in Web 2.0

classes M = 50. Based on these results there is a stronger sense of community in Web 2.0

classes.

The Classroom Community Survey (CCS) subscale raw scores vary from a maximum

of 40 to a minimum of zero. This score is to be interpreted as the higher the CCS subscale

score the stronger the sense of connectedness or learning. The mean level of connectedness

was M = 18 in non Web 2.0 classes and M = 24 in Web 2.0 classes. Based on these results

there is a stronger sense of connectedness in Web 2.0 classes. The level of learning in non

Web 2.0 classes was M = 27 and in Web 2.0 classes was M = 27. Based on these results

there is a similar level of self-reported learning in Web 2.0 classes as in non Web 2.0 classes.

Consequently, the null hypothesis stating that classroom community scores will

not serve as predictors relative to posttest scores is rejected. As depicted specific to

group, students with Web 2.0 technologies demonstrated the greatest level of overall

community and connectedness which was predictive of better posttest scores as compared

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