Perceptions and technology skills of secondary history students
Williams, Steven R.
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The following article discusses the technology skills and perceptions of online classes held by secondary level United States history students. Based on a survey designed to assess computer software and hardware skills as well as student perceptions of online classes, several recommendations are presented to enhance the success of marketing online classes. The following report has been derived from the results of a recently accepted Master's thesis regarding the implementation of online classes. School districts may find this research useful as a starting point for considering how to implement their own online programs.