Date of Award
Restricted Access Dissertation
Doctor of Education in Learning, Leadership, and Community
Department of Educational Leadership, Learning, and Curriculum
Kathleen C. McCabe
This qualitative study examined tenth graders’ perceptions of the connections between their academic self-efficacy and the one-to-one laptop program in a small New Hampshire high school. The author interviewed 16 students, analyzed self-efficacy questionnaires, and reviewed student work. Using a program theory exploration, these students reported high self-efficacy in relation to academic achievement, self-regulatory learning, and computer use. The author found a connection between students’ self-efficacy beliefs and their use of laptops, in the area of self-regulatory learning.
Wilson, Roxanne S., "Tenth Grader's Perceived Academic Self-efficacy in a One-to-One Laptop Program" (2012). Theses & Dissertations. 63.