The intention of this thesis is to explore the effectiveness of including different types of technology on student understanding and retention. These techniques were introduced to high school physical science students during the units of force and motion. The sample student body consisted of 121 total ninth and tenth grade physical science students, 97 of which consented to the use of their data for this study.LON-CAPA problem sets were assigned on the first day of motion instruction and the first day of force instructions. ... On calculations problems, students were allowed five attempts, and two attempts were allowed on the multiple choiceanbsp;...
|Title||:||Technology's Impact on Student Understanding and Retention of Motion and Forces|
|Author||:||James Franklin Preston|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|