Class Performance/Engagement Results

The active participation and engagement in redesigned courses were measured through frequency of timely submission of assignments, students' attendance record, lab experiment completion time, and participation grade.

As shown in the results, use of tablets in both classroom and laboratory significantly improved student participation and rate of assignment completion/submission. During laboratory experiments students had access to the classroom material for reference, which significantly reduced the time spent in completion of labs. Also after use of mobile technology in redesigned courses, the course grade distribution improved significantly compared to previous semesters when mobile technology was not used.


 

 
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 Summary Results 1
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Average completion time for 2 laboratory experiments in Electrical Circuits w/Lab course with and without use of Tablet-PCs in both class and lab


 

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Comparison of student grades in Electrical Circuits w/Lab (TCEL 205) course with and without the use of mobile technology. 


 

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Average students attendance record in two courses before and after the use of Tablet-PC and supporting tools.
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Percentage of students who submitted assignments on time with and without use of Tablet-PC in classroom. 
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Students participation grades for Analog Electronics w/Lab course with and without the use of mobile technology in classroom teaching. 
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Comparison of student grades in Analog Electronics w/Lab (TCEL 234) course with and without the use of mobile technology
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