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James Burraston ;Profesorado. Revista de Currículum y Formación de Profesorado 2014, 18 (3)

Author: Damian Bebell

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Revista de Currículum y Formación de Profesorado ISSN: 1138-414X mgallego@ugr.es Universidad de Granada España Bebell, Damian; Burraston, James Procedures and examples for examining a wide range of student outcomes from 1:1 student computing settings Profesorado.
Revista de Currículum y Formación de Profesorado, vol.
18, núm.
3, septiembrediciembre, 2014, pp.
137-158 Universidad de Granada Granada, España Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=56733846009 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative V OL .
18, Nº 3 (sept.-diciembre 2014) ISSN 1138-414X (edición papel) ISSN 1989-639X (edición electrónica) Fecha de recepción 24-06-2014 Fecha de aceptación 03-12-2014 PROCEDURES AND EXAMPLES FOR EXAMINING A WIDE RANGE OF STUDENT OUTCOMES FROM 1:1 STUDENT COMPUTING SETTINGS Procedimientos y ejemplos para examinar la variedad de resultados de aprendizaje a partir de aplicaciones del programa 1:1 Damian Bebell y James Burraston Boston College E-mail: damian.bebell@bc.edu Abstract: Past research has shown one-to-one student computing programs can have a variety of different impacts depending on their context.
Using a wide range of data, this paper summarizes the second year implementation results from a newly opened US high school where every student and teacher has a MacBook laptop computer.
Measures like attendance, behavior, and course taking patterns are routinely collected by schools but are rarely used in research and evaluation efforts.
In the current project, a rich empirical dataset was developed to help better understand the complex relationships between technology practices over time and student outcomes across different student cohorts.
It is our hope that the procedures and...





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