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5th grade student performance on Virginia Standards of Learning computer/technology assessment: An analysis of variables
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, The College of William and Mary, United States

The College of William and Mary . Awarded

Abstract

Technology impacts students and teachers on a daily basis. This study examined the role that Internet access, the number of computers available for student use in the classroom, and the location of computers in the elementary school setting played in student performance on the Virginia's 5th -grade SOL computer/technology assessment. It also analyzed the degree of emphasis placed on technology integration in the classroom setting by analyzing performance-based teacher evaluation instruments across the state of Virginia in reference to expectations associated with technology integration. This was an attempt to isolate some of the variables that may increase student achievement as shown through Virginia's Computer/Technology Standards of Learning assessment for 5th grade students across the state.

Citation

Buchanan, N.M. 5th grade student performance on Virginia Standards of Learning computer/technology assessment: An analysis of variables. Ph.D. thesis, The College of William and Mary. Retrieved June 18, 2019 from .

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