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Isolating the “Tech” from EdTech: Experimental Evidence on Computer Assisted Learning in China (No. w26953; p. w26953)Ma, Y., Fairlie, R., Loyalka, P., & Rozelle, S. - 2020 - National Bureau of Economic Research
EdTech which includes online education, computer assisted learning (CAL), and remote instruction was expanding rapidly even before the current full-scale substitution for in-person learning at all levels of education around the world because of the coronavirus pandemic. Studies of CAL interventions have consistently found large positive effects, bolstering arguments for the widespread use of EdTech. However CAL programs, often held after school, provide not only computer-based instruction,...
The impact of computer assisted learning on rural Taiwanese children: evidence from a randomized experiment [Working Paper]Ma, Y., Abbey, C., Hu, D., … Rozelle, S. - 2020 - Stanford University
The effectiveness of educational technology (EdTech) in improving the outcomes of poor, marginalized students has primarily been documented by studies conducted in developing countries; however, relevant research involving randomized studies in developed country contexts is relatively scarce. The objective of the current study is to examine whether an in-school computer assisted learning (CAL) intervention can improve the math performance (the primary outcome) and academic attitudes...