A Meta-analysis of the effects of computer technology on school students' mathematics learning

Author: 
Li, Q. & Xin, M.
Year: 
2010
This study examines the impact of computer technology (CT) on mathematics education in K-12 classrooms through a systematic review of existing literature. A meta-analysis of 85 independent effect sizes extracted from 46 primary studies involving a total of 36,793 learners indicated statistically significant positive effects of CT on mathematics achievement. In addition, several characteristics of primary studies were identified as having effects.
Type: 
Research
Common Core State Standards: 
Make Sense of Problems
Make Use of Structure
Instructional Strategies: 
Understanding Problems

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