Student expectations of technology-enhanced pedagogy: A ten-year comparison.
The influx of technology into education has begun a transformation of the classroom. The authors replicated a 1996 study of college students’ expectations of technology to be used in the classroom. Students reported prior experience with computer technology, their ideal classroom instruction techniques, and what technology-enhanced pedagogies they anticipated in college classrooms. Although student desires have changed, the picture of an ideal classroom still shows a strong desire for lecture-dominated classes with class discussion and exercises, written handouts, and outlines. Implications and suggestions for future research are included.
Jackson, M.J., Helms, M.M., Jackson, W.T. & Gum, J.R. (2011). Student expectations of technology-enhanced pedagogy: A ten-year comparison. Journal of Education for Business, 86, 294-301. doi: 10.1080/08832323.2010.518648
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