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  1. The relationship of handheld computer use to student achievement in middle school mathematics

    Stephen James McNew, The University of Toledo, United States

    (2008) pp. 1–98

    Handheld computers have become increasingly popular in the K-12 arena because of their varying levels of functionality, ruggedness, and affordability. In recent years, an array of applications has ... More

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  2. Influence of the Early Language Connections program on primary student achievement in Fort Smith, Arkansas public schools

    Janet Fisher Dickinson, University of Arkansas, United States

    (1997) pp. 1–98

    The purpose of the study was threefold: (a) to determine if there was a significant difference between reading and math achievement test scores of students who completed and students who did not... More

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  3. The academic achievement of students enrolled in an online course versus the traditional classroom

    Beth A. Stoudt, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, United States

    (2002) pp. 1–25

    This study compares the academic achievement of community college students enrolled in an online to students enrolled in the on-campus computer applications course. During the Spring 2001, 19... More

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  4. A computer achievement model: An investigation of internal and external variables related to computer achievement

    Leping Liu, University of Nevada, Reno, United States

    (1998) pp. 1–124

    This study investigated the relationships between computer achievement and two kinds of variables--internal variables and external variables. Internal variables were the computer attitude variables... More

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  5. The relationship between teacher attitudes towards software applications and student achievement in fourth and fifth grade classrooms

    Laura K. Spencer, Alliant International University, San Diego, United States

    (2010) pp. 1–93

    The problem. The problem addressed in this study was to examine how teacher attitudes towards software applications affect student achievement in the classroom.

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  6. Computers and their effect on teaching and academic achievement as perceived by selected high school teachers in the North East Independent School District

    Christopher P. Throm, Texas A&M University, United States

    (1998) pp. 1–119

    The primary purpose of this study was to examine the use of computers by high school teachers in the North East Independent School District (ISD) as an instructional tool to affect teaching and by ... More

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  7. Spatial Rotation, Aggression, and Gender in First-Person-Shooter Video Games and their Influence on Math Achievement

    Beth K. Krone, Walden University, United States

    (2012) pp. 1–191

    As shown by the neuropsychological educational approach to the cognitive remediation model, first-person-shooter video game play eliminates gender-related deficits in spatial rotation. Spatial... More

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  8. The sound-amplified environment and reading achievement in elementary students

    Elizabeth Whytlaw Betebenner, University of Arkansas, United States

    (2011) pp. 1–169

    This study was designed to address the result using sound enhancement technology in classrooms as a method of enhancing the auditory experience for students seated in the rear sections of... More

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  9. Effects of a generative instructional design strategy on learning mathematics and on attitudes towards achievement

    James Joseph Baker, University of Minnesota, United States

    (1997) pp. 1–129

    Tested were effects on mathematics achievement and attitudes of two alternative instructional designs, both claiming constructionist characteristics. The first, a dynamic, "generative" strategy,... More

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  10. IXL.com—measuring the effects of Internet-based math instruction on the math achievement of middle school students

    Ryan Wayne Longnecker, Trevecca Nazarene University, United States

    IXL.com—measuring the effects of Internet-based math instruction on the math achievement of middle school students (2013) pp. 1–81

    This study was designed to observe the effects of supplementing the traditional mathematics instruction occurring in middle school classrooms with the usage of Internet-based math lessons and... More

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  11. Computer Technology, Student Achievement, and Equity: A Multilevel Analysis of the Relationship between High School Students' Use of Computers, Gender, and Mathematics Achievement

    Megan Carpenter Townsend, North Carolina State University, United States

    Computer Technology, Student Achievement, and Equity: A Multilevel Analysis of the Relationship between High School Students' Use of Computers, Gender, and Mathematics<p>Achievement (2012) pp. 1–183

    The level of access that teachers and students in American public schools have to computer technology has grown dramatically in the last two decades. Despite widespread access to technology in... More

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  12. Computer access and its effects on academic achievement and elementary school distance learning

    Timothy Lewis Aspinall, Chapman University, United States

    (2005) pp. 1–77

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  13. Interactive whiteboard use: The catalyst of student achievement

    Tenneille Terrell Lamberth, The University of Southern Mississippi, United States

    (2012) pp. 1–126

    The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001 forced school districts to become more accountable by requiring all students to read on grade level by the year 2014. However, President Obama's... More

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  14. The relation of homework type to achievement and retention of students enrolled in Intermediate Algebra

    Susan R. Fife, University of Houston, United States

    (2008) pp. 1–128

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  15. Investigation of instructional strategies designed to promote achievement and retention in online mathematics classes

    Ana M. Porro, Florida Atlantic University, United States

    (2011) pp. 1–130

    The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of using learner self-assessment and multifaceted instructional strategies on student achievement and retention in online mathematics classes... More

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  16. A study of the effectiveness of the Iowa Communications Network as a distance learning system by comparing student achievement at the originating site and at remote sites

    Patrick Howard Payton, Iowa State University, United States

    (1999) pp. 1–89

    This study compares student achievement between studio students and remote students in a course taught over the Iowa Communications Network. The Iowa Communications Network is a two-way full motion... More

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  17. Student Access to Technology and Its Impact on Achievement

    Jill Griffin, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, United States

    (2013) pp. 1–92

    One to One technology initiatives are a national trend, but something districts must weigh heavily as they are costly. The purpose of this study is to explore the One to One initiative in a middle ... More

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  18. Perceptions of fourth and sixth grade students, regarding their academic abilities and achievement, as related to participation in distance learning using interactive television

    Frances Catherine Stromsland, Seton Hall University, College of Education and Human Services, United States

    (1999) pp. 1–168

    This researcher examined in the dissertation the following research questions. First, is there any increase in 4th grade student perception of ability and achievement scores after... More

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  19. A correlational study of the relationship between selected adult learning styles and achievement in a computer-based course

    Lionel Bernard Shewchuk, University of Alberta , Canada

    (1997) pp. 1–70

    The purpose of this study was to determine if there is a relationship between specific adult learner preferences and achievement in a computer managed mathematics course in a post-secondary... More

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  20. An ecological perspective of science and math academic achievement among African American students

    Endya Bentley Stewart, Iowa State University, United States

    (2000) pp. 1–136

    Using data from the National Education Longitudinal Study of 1988 (NELS:88), path analytic procedures were performed to test an ecological model of the effects of family, individual and school... More

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