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Factors Influencing Student Use of Technology in K-12 Classrooms

This article list factors that influence students and their use of technology in the classroom. Data was gathered from 732 teachers from 17 school districts and 107 different schools in the state of Florida. Its a quick read...check it out :)
http://ning.it/S4Lmko

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Comment by Nicole Olbrish on December 9, 2012 at 8:05pm
I thought this was a great article... I didn't even think about some of those reasons that would influence technology use.

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