Date of Award
Project (696 or 796 registration)
Master of Science in Curriculum & Instruction
technology supplementation, classroom, mathematics, student engagement, shapes, technology tools
The purpose of this study is to help show that using technology as an instructional strategy will benefit students’ knowledge on certain concepts. Improving focus and engagement will lead to increased knowledge of students. This study’s participants included ten randomly selected second-graders. They focused on the concept of 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional shapes. At the beginning of this study, they were given a pre-assessment (see Appendix A) to show their current knowledge. When this study was completed, a post-assessment (see Appendix B) was given. Comparing the results of these two assessments helped to show that using technology, during teacher-led instruction, benefited the subjects’ focus and understanding.
Sapa, Samantha, "Technological Resources versus Non-Technological Resources" (2018). Dissertations, Theses, and Projects. 40.