The Relationship of instructional Technology to Minority Student Successful Course Completion at a Regional University in the Rural Southwest
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This study was designed to examine whether instructional technology use in the face-toface classroom supported minority student course completion in higher education. The use of instructional technology in the classroom by faculty and students can provide enhanced instruction to support increased critical thinking and a student-centered learning environment for minority students in higher education. The group identified as minority students for this study included Native Americans, African Americans, and Latino/Hispanic. The researcher utilized a teacher technology integration survey and the minority student pass rate to examine the relationship.
Mary Jo Dondlinger
Education | Higher Education
Bussell, Teresa Lynn, "The Relationship of instructional Technology to Minority Student Successful Course Completion at a Regional University in the Rural Southwest" (2020). Electronic Theses & Dissertations. 30.