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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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technology s impact on learning

Technology’s Impact on Learning

Does it make a difference?

research studies
Research Studies

Ask Apple

“Apple Computer and the K.12 Education Market” sponsored by Apple

  • IDC conducted several interviews with K-12 school districts with 2 major school districts using 1:1 student computing with Apple iBooks. The study showed higher test scores, lower absenteeism, and higher graduation rates.

ACOT – Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow

  • A 13 year study that concluded in 1998 that showed technology as a tool for learning

http://images.apple.com/education/research/pdf/IDC_White_Paper.pdf

http://www.apple.com/education/k12/leadership/acot/history.html

* IDC is a provider of market intelligence for information technology

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Research Studies

Ask TEA

Technology Immersion Pilot - TIP

  • TIP goes beyond a 1:1 computing environment. TIP created a total immersion of technology for faculty and students where computers were not just adjunct tools but where technology totally enveloped the learning process.
  • First year results showed positive effects of technology on schools, teachers, and students with second year results confirming these first year results.
  • “First-year findings on academic achievement revealed no statistically significant immersion effects on TAKS reading or mathematics scores for Cohort 1, sixth graders.”
  • “Similarly, second-year results for Cohort 1 students (as seventh graders) showed no significant effects of immersion on TAKS reading, mathematics, or writing achievement.”

Overall Results

  • Teachers and students’ technology proficiency increased.
  • Overall test scores showed no statistical significance in improvement.
  • However, immersion had a significant effect on math scores for higher achieving students.

http://www.etxtip.info/images/eTxTIP_Year2EvalRptSumm.pdf

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Research Studies

Ask United Streaming

Type 4 B Research Based Evaluation of the Impact of United Streaming on Education

  • All students were pre and posted tested.
  • Experimental and control groups were used.
  • Video clips were aligned with curriculum in the state of Virginia
  • “Experimental groups for 3rd grade science, 3rd grade social studies, and 8th grade social studies showed a significantly greater increase in scores on the post-tests over pre-tests than did the control groups. “

Overall Results

  • “Overall, the students exposed to the video clips exceeded the control group post-test scores by 12.6%, an effect size that was about .66 of a standard deviation unit.”

http://caret.iste.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=studySummary&StudyID=852

APA Reference:

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.

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Research Studies

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.

  • 550 hours of instruction
  • All instruction occurred in a computer lab environment
  • “Prior to the start of this experiment, students were administered form A of the California Mathematics Achievement Test (5th edition, 5th grade level) as a pre-test.”
  • “Subjects were also administered a post-test (form B of the California Mathematics Achievement Test), in order to compare pre-test and post-test test mathematics performance. “

Overall Results

  • “Brush found that those students who used the Jostens mathematics curriculum within a cooperative-oriented educational environment showed superior performance on standardized math inventories, as compared to those students who used the Jostens curriculum within an individual-oriented educational environment.”

http://caret.iste.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=studySummary&studyID=343&resultSet=852,1061,343,419,386,354,1065,405,1024,404

APA Reference:

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.

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Research Studies

Ask Jasper Mathematics Educational Software

Research study on the district wide implementation of The Adventures of Jasper Woodbury

  • Software was grouped around four problem areas: distance/time/rate, probability, geometry, and algebra
  • Implemented within the context of a district-level mathematics education reform program.

Overall Results

  • Students who used the Jasper software package displayed enhanced performance on the Problem-Solving and Interpretation subset of ITBS.
  • Students who used the Jasper software package displayed lower performance on the Mathematics Computation subset of the ITBS.
  • High-SES students who used the Jasper software package displayed enhanced performance on the Concepts and Estimation mathematical subsets of ITBS.
  • Low-SES students rated the relevance of Jasper activities and comparison (i.e., traditional) math activities to be equal. However, high-SES students rated the relevance of the comparison activities to be more relevant than the Jasper activities.
  • Students who used the Jasper software package in less-consistent classrooms initially reported lower levels of task competence than did students who used the Jasper software package in more-consistent classrooms. This difference in self-rated task competence vanished by the time of students’ second use of the Jasper software.
  • Performance was higher on the Problem-Solving and Interpretation, and the Math Concepts and Estimation subsets of ITBS for students in the more-consistent classrooms, than for students in the less-consistent classrooms.

http://caret.iste.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=studySummary&StudyID=419&resultSet=852,1061,343,419,386,354,1065,405,1024,404

APA Reference:

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.

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Research Studies

Ask National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing

Formal research study of elementary students using knowledge mapping across the Internet

  • Fifty two students in the 4th and 5th grade learned the systems of the body in daily 45 minutes instruction for six weeks
  • Knowledge mapping, the Internet, and small group discussions occurred in the learning process.

Overall Results

  • “Results of this study suggest that students who experienced repeated use of concept-mapping software had a broader and deeper understanding of the systems of the human body both for the topics of the concepts themselves and for the connections between the systems of the human body. “
  • “The project also demonstrated how a teacher with no previous technology experience broadened her teaching effectiveness and use of technology through an action research project using knowledge map software over the internet.”

http://caret.iste.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=studySummary&StudyID=405&resultSet=852,1061,343,419,386,354,1065,405,1024,404

APA Reference:

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.

overall results
Overall Results
  • Technology assists learning
  • Access to technology increases technology skill levels
  • Technology has some effect on test scores
technology my opinion
Technology – My Opinion

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.