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Using Mixed Methods to Study the Implementation of the Common Core Technology Project
American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting
  • Brendesha M. Tynes, University of Southern California
  • Sophia Hiss, University of Southern California
  • Sharla Berry, University of Southern California
Document Type
Conference Presentation
Organization
American Educational Research Association
Location
Chicago, IL
Conference Dates
April 16-20, 2015
Date of Presentation
4-19-2015
Disciplines
Abstract
Use of mobile technology is increasing in schools for teaching and learning. One-to-one programs, in which each student has a mobile device, have been found to promote learning in certain contexts. In this presentation, we discuss a mixed-methods case study design including examining the individual student, technological, and environmental factors that may impact successful implementation of one-to-one programs. We will also discuss key software tools for analyzing multiple forms of data. We outline key factors that may enhance the effectiveness of the program including student learning, promotion of higher-order thinking skills, and social-emotional outcomes for general and high-needs learners.
Citation Information
Brendesha M. Tynes, Sophia Hiss and Sharla Berry. "Using Mixed Methods to Study the Implementation of the Common Core Technology Project" American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/sharla-berry/14/