Friday, March 6
1:30 PM-2:30 PM
CEST
Meeting Room 6

Technology Input Versus Input and Output: Does It Result in Learning Differences Among Elementary School Students?

Full Paper ID: 25265
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    Stephen Arnold
    University of Arizona South
  2. Marina Moshchenko
    Big Apple Institute

Abstract: This quasi-experimental research explores the impact of varying levels of technology use by students and compares the direction of computer mediated information transfer (CMIT), input only versus input and output combined, to learning outcomes in a newly implemented computer-technology integrated science curriculum. The findings from three second-grade classes participating in a technology integrated animals and plants science unit indicate a significant difference among classes which engaged in varying levels of computer technology use: no technology, technology utilized for input only, and technology used for both input and output.

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