Situational Effects in Classroom Technology Implementations: Unfulfilled Expectations and Unexpected Outcomes
by Nira Hativa & Alan Lesgold - 1996
In this chapter, we first illustrate several cases of unfulfilled expectation of educational technology, presenting context factors that may have contributed to these results. Then we present a few outcomes that are unintended and even contradictory to the designers' expectations for students who use a particular type of technological application—the Integrated Learning System (ILS). We relate these unanticipated results to factors in the particular learning environment established by the ILS.
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