An Examination of the Relationships between Student Conduct and the Number of Computers per Student in Florida Schools
Journal of Research on Computing in Education Volume 32, Number 1, ISSN 0888-6504
Examines the relationship between computer use (numbers of computers used for instruction) in Florida schools and student conduct, focusing on these conduct violations related to schooling: assault/battery/robbery, breaking and entry/theft/vandalism, and disorderly conduct/fighting/harassment. Results revealed decreases in conduct violations with increased use of computers. (AEF)
Barron, A.E., Hogarty, K.Y., Kromery, J.D. & Lenkway, P. (1999). An Examination of the Relationships between Student Conduct and the Number of Computers per Student in Florida Schools. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 32(1), 98-107.
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