Tuesday, March 22
2:15-2:45 PM
Scarbrough 2

A Comparison of Classrooms of Tomorrow (COT) and 1:1 Classrooms and Associated High School Student Learning Outcomes

Full Paper ID: 48208
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    Tina Heafner
    University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  2. Ponscheck Ashley
    University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Abstract: This study examines how teaching and learning are different based on classroom technology resources available to K-12 teachers and students. Objectives of the study are to: richly describe how secondary teachers are using technology to support student learning of English, mathematics, science and social studies; determine if uses of technology align with ISTE teacher standards; explore teacher motives for technology uses and determine whether these motives are associated with content areas and/or technology resources available; observe learning contexts and how these vary based on the technology resources available to teachers and students (COT vs. 1:1): and determine if differences in teacher uses of technology within core subject areas are associated with differences in student achievement and motivation.

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