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A study of the tablet computer’s application in K-12 schools in China

Posted on 12 Jan 2016 with 0 comments
ICT in developing countries ICT in education Mobile learning Teacher capacity

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With the aim of having a better understanding of the application and people's perspectives on the new technology in K-12 schools in China, a survey was conducted to investigate the tablet computer's application, user's perspectives and requirements among K-12 students, teachers and educational administrators in developed areas in China. The findings of the study showed that K-12 students, teachers, and educational administrators, still need deeper understanding of the new technology's application in K-12 education.


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