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Improving Student Learning in Third World Communities through the Applications of Transformational Leadership and Technology
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, Gonzaga University, United States

Gonzaga University . Awarded

Abstract

Students in third world communities often face many economic and educational challenges. The main setback that many kids face today is continued education. Overall, the purpose of this research is how transformational leadership and technology contribute to student learning in third world communities. A few key theories were used in this research, which include Transformational Leadership, Early Childhood, Social Penetration, and Media Richness Theories. From a research method standpoint, meta-analysis was used to determine how these theories relate to themes from various case studies done on improving student learning. The overall finding is that technology in tandem with transformational leadership does improve student learning. To further this study, it is important to determine that the research is repeatable and reproducible to other areas around the world in driving education growth for students to ensure that the processes and studies conducted truly influence improving a students' education.

Citation

Uy, J.M. Improving Student Learning in Third World Communities through the Applications of Transformational Leadership and Technology. Master's thesis, Gonzaga University. Retrieved March 22, 2019 from .

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