Friday, July 22, 2016

iPad studies

Several iPad studies investigate the impact of iPad use. Students overwhelmingly enjoy learning and stay more on task when using iPads. Teachers are often resistant to integrate iPads because of constraints of time and training. While iPads improve classroom learning because teachers who integrate iPads into their lessons tend to do more project-based learning, which has been found to improve students learning across class levels; teachers using iPads to become more innovative, which leads to improve classroom learning. When training mixes with support, a successful learning experience results.
Cheu-Jey, L. (20150. Project-based learning and invitations: A comparison. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 1(3), 63-73.
Maich, K., Y Hall, C. (2016). Implementing iPads in the inclusive classroom setting. Intervention in School and Clinic, 51(3), 145-150.
Mango, O. (2015). iPad use and student engagement in the classroom. Turkish Online Journal of Education Technology, 14(1), 53-57.

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