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  1. Relationships between student achievement and levels of computer technology integration by Texas agriscience teachers

    Jason B. Peake, Texas A&M University, United States

    (2003) pp. 1–124

    The purpose of this study was to determine if agriscience teacher integration of instructional technology was related to student achievement. Knowledge of these correlations will assist teacher... More

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  2. The effects of home computer access and social capital on mathematics and science achievement among Asian-American high school students in the NELS:88 data set

    Mark Declan Quigley, St. John's University , United States

    (1999) pp. 1–100

    The purpose of this researcher was to examine specific environmental, educational, and demographic factors and their influence on mathematics and science achievement. In particular, the researcher ... More

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  3. Effects of formative assessment on middle school student achievement in mathematics and reading

    Abram J. Kline, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States

    (2013) pp. 1–126

    Working with a dataset from middle school students' mathematics and reading assessments, this study was conducted to gather evidence regarding effects of formative assessment on student achievement... More

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  4. The effects of student-sequenced learning objects and student-selected multimedia formats on motivation and achievement in a family finances learning unit

    Kimball J. Galbraith, Idaho State University, United States

    (2011) pp. 1–141

    The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of a self-directed learning unit on student achievement and motivation based upon the level of freedom students were given to self... More

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  5. The effect of computer-assisted language learning on Puerto Rican university students' writing achievement in a Basic English course

    Carlos R. Gonzalez Mendez, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras , United States

    (2005) pp. 1–135

    The purpose of this study was to determine if there was a statistically significant difference in the writing achievement in English of Puerto Rican university students who receive computer... More

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  6. Value, expectancy, metacognition, resource management, and academic achievement: A structural model of self-regulated learning in a distance education context

    Joseph Tsung-Shih Hsu, University of Southern California, United States

    (1997) pp. 1–105

    The purpose of this study was to ascertain how well the findings of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) generalize to the distance education context. The objective of this study was to attest the... More

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  7. The effectiveness of an intelligent tutoring system on the attitude and achievement of developmental mathematics students in a community college

    Linda Kramer Burton, Florida International University, United States

    (1998) pp. 1–203

    This study examined the effectiveness of intelligent tutoring system instruction, grounded in John Anderson's ACT theory of cognition, on the achievement and attitude of developmental mathematics... More

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  8. Online enrollment and student achievement: A treatment effects model

    D. Scott Bosworth, Utah State University, United States

    (2007) pp. 1–27

    This study examines the effect on student achievement of online attendance in a principles of macroeconomics course. Previous studies have indicated that there is no significant difference in... More

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  9. The impact of engagement activity and manipulatives presentation on intermediate mathematics achievement, time-on-task, learning efficiency, and attitude

    Nancy Earnheart Nute, The University of Memphis, United States

    (1997) pp. 1–106

    The primary purpose of this study was to determine if engagement activities and manipulatives-type presentations had any bearing on intermediate students' mathematics achievement, time-on-task,... More

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  10. Student achievement and affective traits in electrical engineering laboratories using traditional and computer-based instrumentation

    Matthew D. Lammi, Utah State University, United States

    (2008) pp. 1–149

    Distance education has the ability to transcend distance and time, reaching students anywhere at any time, particularly those underrepresented in engineering. Engineering is a practice-oriented... More

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  11. The effects of computer math manipulatives on student achievement

    Douglas Mitchell Crossley, University of Alaska Anchorage, United States

    (2003) pp. 1–46

    The purpose of the study was to find a relationship between a virtual mathematics manipulative and student mathematics achievement. The conclusions of the study were that a mathematics manipulative... More

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  12. Impact of school technology on student achievement

    Larry Douglas Young, Purdue University, United States

    (2012) pp. 1–105

    This study provides an overview of the impact of school technology on elementary students in grades three through five attending public schools in Indiana. The investigation focused on the impact ... More

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  13. Measuring the impact of multimedia on student achievement in the area of science education

    Scott Richard Muri, Wingate University, United States

    (2011) pp. 1–80

    The use of multimedia resources in the classroom can have an impact upon student achievement. This longitudinal study analyzed the impact of multimedia resources from Discovery Education on science... More

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  14. Factors that influence student achievement in interactive video classrooms in Mississippi

    Barbara Jean Franklin, The University of Mississippi, United States

    (1998) pp. 1–77

    This study had three purposes. They were to determine the influence of motivational and attitudinal factors on achievement of students in interactive video network (IVN) classrooms, to determine... More

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  15. Effects of multimedia instruction on achievement and attitudes

    Gwendolyn Cross Lehleitner, University of Kansas, United States

    (1998) pp. 1–148

    The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of a multimedia presentation on achievement and attitude in the adult learner. One hundred and one employees from a pharmaceutical company... More

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  16. The impact of iPod touch technology on middle school French and Spanish student achievement

    Tracy A. Campanile, Pace University, United States

    The impact of iPod touch technology on middle school French<p>and Spanish student achievement (2012) pp. 1–129

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  17. Predictors of achievement using computer-assisted instruction: Self-efficacy for achievement and control of learning beliefs

    Josephine S. Chan, University of Houston, United States

    (1999) pp. 1–112

    In order to assess the effectiveness of computer assisted-instruction (CAI) and provide valuable information for the development of CAI programs that can foster learning, it is important to... More

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  18. Podcasting in middle school Spanish classes: A non-traditional approach to student achievement

    Deborah C. Hodge, Pace University, United States

    (2011) pp. 1–193

    This study was conducted to determine whether podcasting, in conjunction with mobile MP3 technology used outside the classroom, affects student achievement. Additionally, data were collected and... More

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  19. The Impact of Socioeconomic Status on Achievement of High School Students Participating in a One-to-One Laptop Computer Program

    Anthony J. Weers, University of Nebraska at Omaha, United States

    (2012) pp. 1–70

    The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of socioeconomic status on the achievement of high school students participating in a one-to-one laptop computer program. Students living in... More

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  20. The use of technology and its effect on student achievement

    Elizabeth H. Floyd, Clemson University, United States

    (2006) pp. 1–133

    In the state of South Carolina, school districts and individual schools have spent tremendous amounts of time, energy, and money to provide and maintain technology in schools. This dissertation... More

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