Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Student activities; Educational technology;
This review examines how technology assists in the effectiveness of learning in after-school programs. There are different types of after school programs available to parents with school-age children. Results describe the use of technology and the influence it has on the learning ability of students who are at risk. Meaningful, engaged learning can be promoted through the use of technology. Experts in the field state that technology facilitates learning by addressing the need of the individual learner. This review's conclusions indicate that a learning community can encourage personalized learning activities, collaboration, and motivation. The integration of effective technology into a learning environment will help students prepare for their future.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Mary C. Herring
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©2005 Imani A. Phillips
Phillips, Imani A., "How can technology assist in the effectiveness of after school programs?" (2005). Graduate Research Papers. 1343.