Children’s expectations from learning technologies

Çelikkaya, Esma Burcu
The aim of the thesis is to find out children’s expectations from smart products that enhance their learning and analyze their conformity with the state of art smart products and educational technologies. The developments in technology affect many dimensions including education. There are many studies that aimed to improve the learning process by the help of technology. However, the perspective of children considering this topic is almost absent in the literature. Therefore, expectations of children from learning technologies are explored via an empirical study. The state of art smart technologies and products to enhance learning will also be covered. Then, in the light of an empirical study, to what extent children’s expectations overlap with current technologies will be presented.
Citation Formats
E. B. Çelikkaya, “Children’s expectations from learning technologies,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2011.