One-to-one mobile technology in high school physics classrooms: Understanding its use and outcome

@article{Zhai2018OnetooneMT,
  title={One-to-one mobile technology in high school physics classrooms: Understanding its use and outcome},
  author={Xiaoming Zhai and Meilan Zhang and Min Li},
  journal={BJET},
  year={2018},
  volume={49},
  pages={516-532}
}
Abstract: This study examined ways in which high school students used mobile devices in physics classrooms and after school, and the impact of in‐class and after‐school mobile technology use on their physics learning performance and interest. We collected data from 803 high school freshmen in China after they had used mobile devices for over five months. A fixed‐effects model was employed to control the undetected variances. Results indicated that the students frequently used their mobile… CONTINUE READING
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