Impactful Student Learning Outcomes of One-to-one Student Laptop Programs in Low Socioeconomic Schools – 2010 Dissertation
My accepted dissertation for my Educational Doctorate at San Francisco State University in 2010. I studied the student learning out comes for existing one-to-one student laptop programs as a means of identifying those learning outcomes that could be most impactful for low socioeconomic students. I compared programs in high SES schools with a program in a low SES school. I paired that qualitative study with a quantitative study on the existence of the Educational Digital Divide in order to fully identify the areas where ubiquitous computing could be most valuable for low SES students.
I work as an Educational Technology consultant at International EdTech committed to helping schools use technology successfully. I frequently present at conferences on Educational Leadership, Learning Technology, IT, and Data Systems. I am also a a published author focusing on Educational Technology, International Education, and Leadership.