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American Journal of Educational Research. 2019, 7(11), 810-817
DOI: 10.12691/education-7-11-9
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Impact of Technology in Classrooms of Saudi Arabian Students in a Midwest University

Saeed Nasser saeed Alqahtani1,

1Educational Administration, King Saudi University, Riyadh Saudi Arab

Pub. Date: November 14, 2019

Cite this paper:
Saeed Nasser saeed Alqahtani. Impact of Technology in Classrooms of Saudi Arabian Students in a Midwest University. American Journal of Educational Research. 2019; 7(11):810-817. doi: 10.12691/education-7-11-9

Abstract

This study is aimed at identifying the impact of technology in the classrooms for Saudi students at Midwestern University. To achieve this goal, the researcher conducted a survey on a group of graduate students in Saudi Arabia who are studying in small universities in the Midwest in the United States. The survey inquiries from students, the type of technology used in their studies in Saudi Arabia, how they helped them teach, and how technology changed from their university level in Saudi Arabia to their graduate level in the United States. The study reached the following main results: - The use of technology in the educational process is very useful if used well, as the student. - This type of study can help educators understand the effects of different factors on student preference for learning devices. Although this study contained some limitations, the overall outcome of this research study was conclusive. Limitations of this study included the absence of a definition of income. The study was conducted only in small universities in the Midwest, where the study was completed only once, and the study was not concluded over a period.

Keywords:
impact technology classrooms

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