An Evaluation Study of a Classroom Management System Usability and Teacher Experiences and Evaluations

2016-11-21
Aldemir, Tuğçe
Çelik, Berkan
Kaplan Akıllı, Göknur
The use of interactive whiteboards and tablets has been pervasive in educationalenvironments all over the world. After examination of related literature, various systems wereused in the studies, but the usability tests with the actual users were missing. This study addressesthe evaluation of a classroom management system (V-Class) working in accordance withinteractive whiteboards and tablets. This study aims to evaluate the usability of the system usedby high school teachers and obtain the experiences and evaluations of them. Usability resultsshowed that the system has some serious design and critical technical problems. Interview resultsshowed that the system was good and beneficial for the lectures, easy to get used to and not verydifficult to manage. The participants thought that the system was easy to use and access whencompared to other technologies, but some of the functions of the system were found to be timeconsuming.
Citation Formats
T. Aldemir, B. Çelik, and G. Kaplan Akıllı, “An Evaluation Study of a Classroom Management System Usability and Teacher Experiences and Evaluations,” Savannah, GA, United States, 2016, p. 1754, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/78604.