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Educator Perspectives on the Instructional Effects of One-to-one Computing Implementation

Andrew C. Lawrence 1, Adel T. Al-Bataineh 1 * , Douglas Hatch 1

CONT ED TECHNOLOGY, Volume 9, Issue 2, pp. 206-224

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The purpose of this study was to examine educator’s perceptions regarding the quality of student learning during the implementation of a one-to-one computing program in a private secondary school in central Illinois. The sample of the study consisted of 26 teachers, administrators, and counselors who worked with 320 students during one-to-one technology implementation program. First a Likert type scale was administered and then interviews were conducted with the participants to find out their observations, perceptions, and opinions with regard to student learning. The results show that most educators believe that student learning has slightly improved with the implementation of one-to-one technology program



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