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Advisor Sabah, Saed
Author AlMannai, Khalod Abdulaziz M. J.
Available date 2017-11-22T12:54:34Z
Publication Date 2017-06
Identifier ORCID ID: http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6206-3064
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10576/5805
Abstract The purpose of this study is to examine the effect of one-to-one computing on the learning environment based upon teachers’ perceptions in Qatari secondary schools implementing the E-Schoolbag project (phase one and phase two). A questionnaire was employed to collect all teachers’ responses from ten secondary schools utilizing Tablet PC in the one-to-one computing initiative. The questionnaire assessed teachers’ perceptions about one-to-one computing in terms of: (a) student use, (b) perception of impact, (c) advantages of one-to-one computing, (d) support, (e) and classroom management issues. Teachers were found relatively positive toward the one-to-one computing initiative. Inferential analysis found no statistically significant difference for gender and years of experience in terms of perceived advantages and impact of one-to-one computing.en_US
Language enen_US
Subject Educational technologyen_US
Title Teachers' perceptions of one-to-one computing effect on learning environment in Qatari secondary schoolsen_US
Type Master Thesisen_US
Department Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessmenten_US


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