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The purpose of this phenomenological study was to explore the experiences of six children using technologies in their education. Data were collected via in-depth interviews, classroom observations, and home observations. The results showed that students have common perceptions toward their experience with technology integration. Furthermore, the following four themes emerged; the value of technology, authority over learning, misuses and misconceptions, and the border of integration.
Baytak, A., Tarman, B. & Ayas, C. (2011). Experiencing Technology Integration in Education: Children's Perceptions. International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education, 3(2), 139-151.
Emin Kilinc, Seray Kilinc, Mehmet Kaya, Enis Başer, Hafize Er Türküresin & Alper Kesten
Research in Social Sciences and Technology Vol. 1, No. 1 (May 29, 2016)
Eddia Solas & Frances Sutton
Research in Social Sciences and Technology Vol. 3, No. 1 (Apr 02, 2018) pp. 1–15
Diagnosing the barriers for integrating Educational Technology in Physics courses in Lebanese secondary schools
Fouad Yehya, Aziz Barbar & Suzanne Abou Rjeily
Research in Social Sciences and Technology Vol. 3, No. 2 (May 20, 2018) pp. 14–39
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