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Research Article

Differences in Student Engagement: Investigating the Role of the Dominant Cognitive Processes Preferred by Engineering and Education Students

Table 1

Judgments by the panel of the likelihood of each cognitive process being apparent in each of the AUSSE learning activities related to student engagement.

Cognitive processes:
AUSSE: Active learning activities
SeSiNeNiTeTiFeFi

Discuss ideas from your class with othershighhighhighmediumhighmediumhighmedium
Participate in community-based projectshighmediumhighmediumhighmediumhighhigh
Tutored other studentslowmediumlowlowmediumhighlowmedium
Worked with students outside classmediummediumhighlowmediumhighhighmedium
Worked with students during classmediumhighhighlowmediumhighhighlow
Made presentations in classhighmediumhighmediumhighlowlowlow
Asked questions or contributed to discussions in class or onlinehighhighhighhighhighhighhighmedium

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