Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Laptop computers--Study and teaching; Computer-assisted instruction; Learning, Psychology of;
The rapid dissemination of technology is changing teaching and learning in the twenty-first century. Use of technology integration and one-to-one computing can meet the diverse and evolving needs of twenty-first century students and enrich learning opportunities in the classroom. The purpose of this paper is to examine teaching and learning in the twenty-first century and how one-to-one computing can enrich learning environments.
The sources used were scholarly journal articles, a technical research report, a periodical and a chapter of a book. Effective technology integration and one-to-one computing can enrich teaching and learning for students' needs in the digital age. Current trends indicate one-to-one computing in classrooms motivates and engages students in higher-order cognitive tasks, connects academics to the world, strengthens teaching and contributes to change in schools.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Mary Corwin Herring
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©2008 Sarah Davison
Davison, Sarah, "21st century teaching, learning, and one-to-one computing" (2008). Graduate Research Papers. 400.