This article reports a one-year case study, investigating what apps on BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) could be used to support students’ science learning in a seamless learning, taking the topic of ‘Flowers and Seeds’ in the Biodiversity learning unit as an example. One teacher and 28 Grade 6 students were involved in this study. Qualitative data including student online postings, and online reflections were collected and analyzed to examine students’ learning. The findings show that various apps on BYOD were used to support young learners’ inquiry-based learning. Copyright © 2017 Global Chinese Society for Computers in Education.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 21st Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education 2017|
|Editors||Maiga CHANG, Morris JONG, Tak-Wai CHAN, Shengquan YU, Fati WU, Baoping LI, Wenli CHEN, Ching-Kun Ting-Chia HSU, Tsung-Yen CHUANG, Chung-Yuan HSU, Ying ZHOU, May LIU, Gaowei CHEN, Chi-Cheng CHANG, Shikui TU|
|Place of Publication||Beijing|
|Publisher||Beijing Normal University|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 2017|
CitationSong, Y., & Sun, D. (2017). Enhancing science learning with BYOD in a primary school. In M. Chang, M. Jong, T.-W. Chan, S. Yu, F. Wu, B. Li, et al. (Eds.), Conference proceedings of the 21st Global Chinese Conference on Computers in Education 2017 (pp. 190-193). Beijing: Beijing Normal University.
- Inquiry-based learning
- Seamless learning
- Science learning