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Wednesday, February 28 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Snapshot into the Minds of Junior High Students: A Four-year Longitudinal Study

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Adults often have the assumption that children know everything about technology. When asked, many children are quick to identify their skills, or more interestingly, their lack of knowledge about a variety of technology tools. Using a population of 6th grade students over four years, (N=450) this research explores current student use of technology both at school and at home. Students were also asked what frustrates them most with technology and what skills they are most proud of. A summary shows that many students are confident but are also frustrated with specific technology issues. It is recommended that teachers survey their students and to encourage creative uses of technology at home. https://goo.gl/wW5KCZ

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Jason Meltzer

Technology Teacher and Coach, Oak Grove School District #68
Jason Meltzer, Ph.D. is currently a technology integrator and technology teacher at Oak Grove School District #68 in Green Oaks, IL., In this K-8 one-school, school district, he has worked with students and teachers of all grade levels on strategies of incorporating creative digital... Read More →


Wednesday February 28, 2018 10:15am - 11:15am
Schaumburg Threshold A


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