Data of the 8 editions of a databases escape room
The acquisition of database knowledge is an essential component for those pursuing software engineering, computer science, or engaging in the IT field. Our research involved an in-depth analysis of a remote educational escape room designed specifically for teaching databases in various higher education courses over two consecutive academic years. To evaluate the effectiveness of this approach, we employed three assessment tools: a pre- and post-test to measure the learning outcomes of the escape room, a questionnaire to gather student perceptions and feedback, and a web platform that discreetly recorded students' interactions and performance during the activity. Our findings present groundbreaking evidence that remote educational escape rooms can deliver an engaging and highly effective method for teaching databases to students.
The dataset contains the data of the 8 editions of the remote educational escape room conducted.
The dataset includes 4 sheets.
1. pre and post test from 0 to 10 points
2. survey following a 5-point likert scale
3 and 4. logs from the platform