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.
Caskey, M. M. (2002). Using parent-student pairs for internet instruction. Journal of Research for Technology in Education, 34(3), 304-317.