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In this study, participants (N = 76 students) were surveyed to see if theatre involvement had any effect on their role-playing creativity, time management, and academic achievement. The survey also gathered data to see if there was any association between the amount of theatre involvement and students’ majors. The survey was made up of questions involving students’ demographics, grade point average, and theatre involvement, a Role Playing Scale (Fletcher et al. 1984), and an Academic Time Management and Procrastination Scale (Won et al. 2018). The hypothesis is that theatre involvement has a positive effect on students through their role-play creativity, time management, and academic achievement.
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Gonzalez, G. (2022). Relationship Between Theatre Involvement and Student’s Educational Outcomes. Retrieved from https://scholarworks.harding.edu/mcnair-research/25
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