Dropouts were non-existant after the first two class sessions in the electronic rooms. In the traditional classroom setting, dropout rates averaged a little over 10%. With rare exceptions, students in the electronic rooms always handed in papers on time. In the other classrooms, 20% of papers were habitually turned in late... By the end of the semester, as a final grade, students enrolled in the electronic rooms had an average one half grade higher than the students in the traditional settings.
|Finding||Significant Difference - Better Results with Technology|
|Links to Article||http://www.thejournal.com/magazine/vault/A2656.cfm|