Presentation Title

Undergraduates Use of iPads to Collect Anecdotal and Frequency Data

Brief Biography

Dr. Drawdy is an Associate Professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Georgia Southern University. Her research interests include undergrad research and preservice teacher preparation. She is instrumental in supporting undergraduate teachers in K-12 onsite teaching of coursework that includes classroom management and methods for including students with disabilities in general ed placements.

Dr. Howerter is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning at Georgia Southern University. Her research interests include inclusion and the preparation of dually-certified K-5 teachers.

Highest Degree of Presenter(s)

Kymberly Drawdy, PhD

Catherine Howerter, PhD

Presentation Abstract

A program description of undergrad preservice special ed students' use of iPads during observations at a professional development school will be presented. The students collected both anecdotal and frequency data on teacher and student behaviors with a focus on positive interactions with students with disabilities. Implications for use of iPads and applications will be discussed.

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Undergraduates Use of iPads to Collect Anecdotal and Frequency Data

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A program description of undergrad preservice special ed students' use of iPads during observations at a professional development school will be presented. The students collected both anecdotal and frequency data on teacher and student behaviors with a focus on positive interactions with students with disabilities. Implications for use of iPads and applications will be discussed.