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
|dc.contributor.supervisor||Prof. David Treagust||en_US|
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.
|dc.title||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||en_US|
|curtin.department||Science and Mathematics Education||en_US|