Laptops, Technology and Algebra 1: A Case Study of an Experiment
Lawrence Levine, Victorina Wasmuth
February 2004, Volume 97, Issue 2, Page 136
An experiment conducted with two groups of students taking Algebra 1. Article discusses one group’s use of laptops within the classroom as part of the teaching/learning experience, while the other group does not. The differences in the learning experiences of the laptop group and the comparison group are discussed, and tentative conclusions about the results are drawn. Includes a sample technology survey.
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