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Title: The use of ICT by high school students and the impact on academic performance
Other Titles: 11th International Technology, Education and Development Conference
Authors: Carranza Alcántar, María del Rocío
Islas Torres, Claudia
Caldera Montes, Juan Francisco
Jiménez Padilla, Alma Azucena
Alcaraz, Delia
Keywords: educational technology
access to information
internet, social networks
Issue Date: Mar-2017
Publisher: INTED2017 Proceedings
Citation: Carranza Alcántar M.R., Islas Torres C., Caldera Montes J.F., Jiménez Padilla A.A. y Alcaraz D. (2017). The use of ICT by high school students and the impact on academic performance. INTED2017 Proceedings. Pags. 2428-2436. ISBN 978-84-617-8491-2. ISSN 2340-1079.
Series/Report no.: INTED2017 Proceedings;2017. Pags. 2428-2436
Abstract: Education has made a significant turnaround due to the inclusion of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in the classroom facilitating the execution of daily tasks, however, it is necessary to consider that being in front of a device for a long time involves neglecting the usual activities, promoting among the students of high school, the application of the least effort, a situation that significantly influences their school performance. Based on this premise, this investigation was conducted to learn about the influence that the use of ICT has on the academic performance of students in a technological high school in the state of Jalisco, Mexico. The general objective of this paper is to describe students' access to ICT and to identify if there is an association between the use of these tools and academic performance, school adjustment and their interest in attending university.
ISBN: 978-84-617-8491-2
ISSN: 2340-1079
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