Morehead State University

Poster Title

Trends in Stakeholders' Perceptions of Mason County's 1:1 iPad Implementation

Institution

Morehead State University

Abstract

In 2012, Mason County High School, in Maysville, Kentucky, embarked on a 1:1 iPad implementation. All faculty, staff, and students were given iPads to use for both school and personal use. Currently, this implementation is ranked the 89th largest in the world (Forbes). This presentation discusses trends in stakeholder perceptions of this implementation and test score correlations. Data points included: trends in student perceptions, the effect on student motivation and student-teacher engagement, trends in faculty perceptions on the implementation, trends in students’ perceptions on the implementation, cheating methods, best practices, and trends in test scores. This IRB-approved study began during the 2012-2013 school year and is set to end at the close of the 2015-2016 school year. In previous presentations at Morehead State’s Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship, it won an Award of Merit for research on students’ perceptions (2014) and the People’s Choice Award for research on stakeholders’ perceptions (2016). In addition, it was selected to be presented at the 2015 KATE conference.

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Trends in Stakeholders' Perceptions of Mason County's 1:1 iPad Implementation

In 2012, Mason County High School, in Maysville, Kentucky, embarked on a 1:1 iPad implementation. All faculty, staff, and students were given iPads to use for both school and personal use. Currently, this implementation is ranked the 89th largest in the world (Forbes). This presentation discusses trends in stakeholder perceptions of this implementation and test score correlations. Data points included: trends in student perceptions, the effect on student motivation and student-teacher engagement, trends in faculty perceptions on the implementation, trends in students’ perceptions on the implementation, cheating methods, best practices, and trends in test scores. This IRB-approved study began during the 2012-2013 school year and is set to end at the close of the 2015-2016 school year. In previous presentations at Morehead State’s Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship, it won an Award of Merit for research on students’ perceptions (2014) and the People’s Choice Award for research on stakeholders’ perceptions (2016). In addition, it was selected to be presented at the 2015 KATE conference.