Technology’s Impact on Learning. Does it make a difference?. Research Studies. Ask Apple “Apple Computer and the K.12 Education Market” sponsored by Apple
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Does it make a difference?
“Apple Computer and the K.12 Education Market” sponsored by Apple
ACOT – Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow
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Technology Immersion Pilot - TIP
Ask United Streaming
Type 4 B Research Based Evaluation of the Impact of United Streaming on Education
Boster, F. J., Meyer, G. S., Roberto, A. J., & Inge, C. C. (2002). A report on the effect of the unitedstreaming(TM) application on educational performance. Cometrika, Inc., Baseline Research, LLC., & Longwood University.
Ask Josten (Compass Learning)
Research study on the effectiveness of the Jostens (now Compass Learning) mathematics integrated learning curriculum when employed within the context of a cooperative-learning environment.
Brush, T. A. (1997). The effects on student achievement and attitudes when using integrated learning systems with cooperative pairs. Educational Technology Research and Development, 45(1), 51–64.
Ask Jasper Mathematics Educational Software
Research study on the district wide implementation of The Adventures of Jasper Woodbury
Hickey, D. T., Moore, A. L., & Pellegrino, J. W. (2001). The motivational and academic consequences of elementary mathematics environments: Do constructivist innovations and reforms make a difference? American Educational Research Journal, 38(3), 611-652.
Ask National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing
Formal research study of elementary students using knowledge mapping across the Internet
Osmundson, E., Chung, G. K. W. K., Herl, H. E., & Klein, D. C. D. (1999). Knowledge mapping in the classroom: A tool for examining the development of students' conceptual understandings. Los Angeles, CA: National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing. Retrieved August 19, 2002, from http://www.cse.ucla.edu/CRESST/Reports/TECH507.PDF.
Technology is a tool and not a cure all.
Technology’s effectiveness depends on the consistency of teacher training and consistent instructional time.
Just having a computer doesn’t achieve anything.