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Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching

July 2018 Volume 37, Number 3


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Effects of Personal Learning Devices and their Usage on Student Learning and Engagement

    Jonathan Labrensz & Abraham Ayebo, North Dakota State University, United States

    The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of using Personal Learning Devices as interactive white boards on students' learning and engagement. The study took place in an Algebra 2 ... More

    pp. 193-216

  2. Using Laptop Technology To Improve Mathematical Achievement Rates: A Quasi-Experimental Study

    Rebecca Brown, Auburn City Schools, United States

    The specific problem that initiated this study was a continually high percentage of students not passing the mathematics section of the state mandated end of course assessment. The purpose of this ... More

    pp. 217-238

  3. Digital Technologies in a Design and Technology Lesson and Their Influence on a Learner’s Situationally Perceived Value of a Task When Engaged in Inquiry-Based Learning

    Manuela Heindl, South Thames College London, United Kingdom; Michael Nader, Teacher Training College Krems, Austria

    The motivation to engage in a task is directly related to its perceived value according to Deci & Ryan (1985). Increasing motivation can lead to a higher student’s enhanced learning achievement.... More

    pp. 239-263

  4. The Effects of Technology-Mediated Dialogic Learning in Elementary Mathematics Instruction

    Christopher Working, Michigan State University, United States

    The use of technology in elementary mathematics instruction tends to be low-level, despite its affordance of supporting the development of students’ high-level reasoning ability. This study builds ... More

    pp. 265-286