“ While the teachers were clear on the basic operations of the PDAs, they were caught by surprise concerning student engagement and in the ways the software could be used to pose or solve particular coding problems.” As stated by Goldman, Pea, Maldonado, Martin, White and associates at Stanford University (2004).
Active enrollment of students in credit classes and corresponding training classes
Schrage, M. (2004). The power of Persuasion, Retrieved 10 05, 2009 from http://www.leighbureau.com/speakers/MSchrage/essays/persuasion.pdf
Goldman, S., Pea, R., Maldonado, H., Martin, L. White, T. &
the WILD Team @ Stanford University. (2004). Functioning in the wireless classroom , P. 5. Retrieved 10 06, 2009 from http://hci.stanford.edu/publications/2004/WILDClassroomWMTE2004/WILDClassroomWMTE2004.pdf
But my PDA, unlike my phone, actually “persuaded” me to learn how to better use it. (Schrage,2004)