A Comparison of One-to-One and Two-to-One computing in Elementary Mathematics Classrooms: Students’ Perceptions of Their Learning Environment, Attitudes towards Mathematics and Their Mathematics Achievement
MetadataShow full item record
This research compared the learning environment, attitudes towards mathematics, and student achievement in mathematics for classes of fourth and fifth grade students with their own computer or two students sharing a computer. There was no conclusive outcome that one computing environment was better than the other though 2:1 computing may be a viable alternative to 1:1 computing. On several measures, differences in favour of the 1:1 group at pretesting disappeared by the time of post-testing.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Newhouse, Christopher P. (1987)This study used interpretive research techniques to investigate the factors which affect the computer literacy of secondary students. The necessity that students to be prepared for life and work in a computer technology ...
Investigating the effectiveness of mathematics games on students' attitudes and learning environmentAfari, Ernest (2012)The primary focus of the present study was an evaluation of the effectiveness of games when used in college-level mathematics classes in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). A mixed-method approach involved surveys, interviews, ...
Enhancing the mathematical achievement of technical education students in Brunei Darussalam using a teaching and learning packageKhalid, Madihah (2004)Mathematics plays a key role in many of today’s most secure and financially rewarding careers. In almost every sector of the economy, a substantial core of mathematics is needed to prepare students both for work and for ...