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Generation Stimulation: Learning Benefits of Classroom Technology
Northwest University, July 2009
Since the introduction of the interactive white boards to classrooms across the United States, very little research has been done on the effects of this technology on student learning and on the learning experience. These ...
Multimedia Styled Lectures: How Do They Correlate With Comprehension?
Northwest University, July 2014
This study asks which style of lectures students perceive their comprehension better and which they comprehend better; traditional lectures or lectures with multimedia? The sample was 22 first grade students, 11 female and ...
The Effects of Computer-Based Assessments on Student Scores for Spelling and Math
Northwest University, July 22, 2014
As technology continues to advance, its role in the modem classroom continues to change. With this change comes an increase in using computer-based assessments in the classroom. Little is known about the effect on student ...
The Use of Handheld Video Games as Educational Tools in a Third Grade Classroom
Northwest University, Summer 2007
Learning and Technology Living Symbiotically in Classrooms
Northwest University, July 2010
From kindergarten on, children are so inundated with technology in their daily lives that they feel they cannot survive without their electronics. They rely on technology to entertain, teach and communicate unlike the ...
Digital Natives & Digital Immigrants: Exploring the Digital Gap
Northwest University, June 2010
Is there a “digital gap” between students, their teachers and the classroom? Do students “shut down” when they enter the classroom? This research paper surveyed students on their use of digital technology and asked how ...
The Importance of Technology in Education
Northwest University, July 2012
With so much emphasis on technology, 1 am interested in whether or not this push for more technology in schools is good for students. Everyday, more and more technology is being introduced and students are continually ...