Assessment for Secondary School Students’ Experiences in Using Tablet in Classroom

Mohammed Elmetwali Mohammed Amer


The Egyptian government integrated tablets in Egyptian secondary schools. Thus, the researcher aimed to explore the effectiveness of using tablet in Egyptian secondary schools from the students’ perspective. He aimed to explore that in order to assess students’ experiences in this regard. He selected a random sample consisting from 745 female and male secondary school students in Egypt. Those students were selected from three schools. Questionnaire forms were distributed to those students by hand. All the distributed forms were retrieved. However, 9 forms were excluded due to missing data. Thus, 736 questionnaire forms are valid for analysis. It was found that tablet serves as an effective learning method in Egyptian secondary schools. It was found that using tablet in classroom improves students’ creative thinking skills and makes teachers more creative. It was found that using tablet in classroom enriches students’ vocabulary, improves their language skills and increases their academic achievement in classroom. It was found that such use can meet the learning needs of various types of learners. The researcher recommends conducting studies about the challenges facing teachers in using tablets in classroom.

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