Journal of Research on Technology in Education
Educational technology, Internet in education, Education -- Research
Explored student and parent attitudes toward school-based Internet use using an intergenerational approach that positioned 54 pairs of young adolescents and their parents as co-learners for simultaneous Internet instruction while another 51pairs were given separate Internet instruction. Highlights include reliability measures, factor analysis, analysis of variance, and interview analyses.
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Caskey, M. M. (2002). Using parent-student pairs for internet instruction. Journal of Research for Technology in Education, 34(3), 304-317.
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