A Case Study of the Student-Teacher Relationship in One-to-One Technology Classrooms

ID: 51148 Type: Full Paper: Case Study
  1. Kevin Higgins, Rowan University, United States
  2. Shawna BuShell, Manhattan College, United States

Friday, June 23 10:45 AM-11:15 AM Location: Bell View on map

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Abstract: The one tablet/laptop-to-one-student (or “one-to-one”) environment is an exciting innovation that has created positive change in the student-teacher relationship. The platform creates an autonomous learning environment for the learner, while deepening the relationship between student and teacher in the digital space. This, in turn, increases digital competency – that lasts long after the student has left the specific learning environment, providing a value-added asset for lifelong achievement. This powerful tool, when used effectively by teachers, engenders a positive relationship between adults and adolescents.


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