Computer Science & Electrical

Computer Science & Electrical

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TECHNOLOGICAL IMPACT ON STUDENT’S MOTIVATION AND KNOWLEDGE PRESERVATION

Pages: 0  ,  Volume: 1  ,  Issue: 1 , September   2017
Received: 05 Sep 2017  ,  Published: 10 October 2017
Views: 207  ,  Download: 105

Authors

# Author Name
1 Dr. Sashi Morolia
2 Piyush M. Maurya

Abstract

The purpose of this examine turned into to look at the impact that generation has on a student's 
motivation  to  study  new  information  and  hold  said  data.  The  process  concerned  the  entirety  of 
two projects over the direction of a 9-week look at. One group changed into to create traditional 
storybook projects. A second organization changed into to complete pc-based totally projects. A 
3rd organization became given the choice of which assignment to finish. A pre-submit-retention 
take a look at, likert scale surveys, and publish undertaking interviews had been used to  gather 
the facts.  The consequences of this examine assist the concept that when  given the selection of 
project,  students  preserve  expertise  irrespective  of  which  venture  is  chosen,  traditional  or  pc-
primarily based. 

Keywords

  • Technology
  • Knowledge
  • Students effect
  • Teachers.
  • References

    1.  Atkinson, E.S. (2000). An investigation into the relationship between teacher motivation 
    and pupil motivation. Educational Psychology, 20(1). 45-57.   
    2.  Cramer,  S.  and  Smith,  A.  (2002).  Technology's  impact  on  student  writing  at  the  middle 
    school level.  Journal of Instructional Psychology, 29(1). 3-14.  . 
    3.   Garthwait, A. (2007). Middle school hypermedia composition: A qualitative case study. 
    Journal of   Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 16(4), 357-375. 
    4.   Linnebrink,  E.A.,  and  Pintrich,  P.R.  (2003).  The  role  of  self-efficacy  beliefs  in  student 
    engagement  and  learning  in  the  classroom.  Reading  &  Writing  Quarterly,  19.  DOI: 
    10.1080/10573560390143076  
    5.  Liu,  M.,  Hsieh,  P.,  Cho,  Y.,  and  Schallert,  D.  (2006).  Middle  school  students'  self-
    efficacy,  attitude,  and  achievement  in  a  computer-enhanced  problem-based  learning 
    environment. Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 17(3). 225-242.  

    6.  Miller,  M.  (2009).  What  the  Science  of  Cognition  Tells  Us  About  Instructional 
    Technology.  Change,  41(2),  16-17.    Retrieved  November  28,  2009,  from  Research 
    Library.  DOI:1667020291 
    7.  Nuthall, G. (2000). The role of memory in the acquisition and retention of knowledge in 
    science and   social studies units. Cognition and Instruction, 18 (1). Retrieved December 
    13, 2009, from ERIC database.   
    8.  Robin,  B.  (2008).  Digital  storytelling:  A  powerful  technology  tool  for  the  21st  century 
    classroom.  Theory into Practice, 47(3), 220-228.   
    9.  Sanacore,  J.  (2008,  September  1).  Turning  Reluctant  Learners  into  Inspired  Learners. 
    Clearing House:  A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas, 82(1), 40-44.  
    10.  Woolfolk-Hoy,  A.,  &  Hoy,  W.  K.  (2009).  Instructional  leadership:  A  research-based 
    guide to learning in schools. (3rd Ed.) Boston: Pearson.