School of Education
Doctor of Education (EdD)
Russell G. Yocum
Instructional Technology, Interactive Whiteboard, Quantitative, Return on Investment, Secondary Education
Education | Educational Methods | Instructional Media Design
Schipper, Joseph Michael, "Interactive Whiteboard Technologies in High School: A Quantitative, Quasi-Experimental Comparison of Their Impact on the Levels of Measure that Determine a Return on Investment" (2015). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 1002.
This quantitative, quasi-experimental, non-equivalent group study will examine the impact on levels of measure that determine a return on investment (ROI) of differing forms of interactive whiteboard (IWB) technology utilized with a class\room technology package consisting of a video projector, a document camera, and a computer at a high school in a suburban school district in southeastern Virginia. Three forms of IWB will be compared: a full screen IWB, a mobile interactive whiteboard (MIWB) and a tablet based whiteboard app (IWBAPP). Student performance and survey data will be analyzed to determine the impact on students and teachers who were exposed to the three forms of whiteboard technologies. The ROI levels of measure for the three technologies will be compared to groups that did not utilize any IWB. The indication of the results will be discussed further. Additionally, the limitations and suggestions for further research will be discussed.