Study finds technology has positive effect on student learning

Computer technology in schools benefits students most when it is used to support classroom teaching, according to a 40-year retrospective study by researchers at Concordia University. Researchers studied evidence both in support of and against classroom technology and concluded it has a positive effect on learning when it is used to actively engage students, and recommended schools view such technology as a worthwhile investment.

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