Content area reading, Education, Secondary -- Effect of technological innovations on, Educational technology, Information technology, Motivation (Psychology) in adolescence
This study was designed to investigate the types of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) integrated into the content area classrooms of two local high schools, and whether the use of these ICTs motivated adolescent students to read and write in the content areas. The investigator created a student survey, student, teacher, and other support faculty interview protocols, and a classroom observation protocol to collect data for the study. The investigator faced several challenges which prevented her from spending adequate time in the schools. Due to these challenges, sufficient data was not obtained to form conclusions about the research questions. This thesis will present the review of literature, methodology, and plan for completing the study in the future.
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Master of Education (M.Ed.)
College of Education
Teaching, Learning, and Leadership
Length of Campus-only Access
Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Dissertations, Academic -- Education, Education -- Dissertations, Academic
Blackwell, Lindsey Diane, "The Integration Of Information And Communication Technologies In The Content Areas And Adolescent Motivation" (2010). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1594.