Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Teacher and Student Experiences with the One-To-One Technology Model at the High School Level
by Jacobson, Emily, M.Ed., Minot State University, 2017, 50; 10607352
Abstract (Summary)

The following study was done to research how teachers and students are experiencing the one-to one educational model at the high school level. The research questions used to guide the study are as follows: How do teachers and students experience one-to-one learning? What are the implications of using the one-to-one technology model? To research these questions, a case study approach was used. Teachers were interviewed as well as both teachers and students completing surveys about how they experience the one-to-one technology every day. The main topics that were studied were 21st century skills, classroom uses and student engagement, teacher attitudes, training, technology support, costs, and student responsibility. Data was collected and analyzed from teacher interviews, student surveys, and teacher surveys. Data analysis indicated that there are both positive and negative experiences when it comes to using the one-to-one technology model at the high school level. The advantages are student responsibility and student engagement, communication, and convenience. The disadvantages are student responsibility, restrictions, and training. This paper indicates experiences and implications of the model as well as recommendations for its use.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Conn, Daniel
Commitee: Conn, Daniel, Jensen, Debra, Repnow, Jan
School: Minot State University
Department: Education
School Location: United States -- North Dakota
Source: MAI 56/06M(E), Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Business education
Keywords:
Publication Number: 10607352
ISBN: 978-0-355-33353-4
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