Mobile Device Practice versus Paper & Pencil Practice for Mathematics: Impact for Accuracy and Attention to Task
Primary Advisor/Dissertation Chair
Secondary Advisor/Reader One
Cynthia F. DiCarlo
The purpose of the proposed study was to investigate the impact of mobile device practice on the attention and accuracy of student’s use of math concepts, specifically, telling time. A single subject, alternating treatment design was used to compare mobile device practice to paper & pencil practice in four 3rd grade male students. In accordance with recommendations from the What Works Clearinghouse: Single-Case Design Technical Documentation (Kratochwill, Hitchcock, Horner, Levin, Odom, Rindskopf, & Shadish, 2010), each treatment condition had 5 data points (mobile device practice and paper & pencil practice).
Case Study, Field Study, Observation
Deris, Thomas Page, "Mobile Device Practice versus Paper & Pencil Practice for Mathematics: Impact for Accuracy and Attention to Task" (2016). School of Education Student Capstones and Dissertations. 4183.
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