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  • 1. Measuring the impact of educational technology DianneMarshall-ProgramDirector,DER-NSW NSWDepartmentofEducation&Training
  • 2. • $442 million Australian Government funded initiative • 260,000 laptops to Year 9 to Year 12 students (15 to 18 year olds). Commencing with each group of Year 9 students. • 25,000 NSW government funded teacher laptops. • Low Total Cost of Ownership wireless networks, take home rights • 571 full time equivalent Technology Support Officers • $28 million for professional learning & curriculum support • Evaluationcommenced at beginning of program. Data used to guide development, measure and report on success What have we done? 2
  • 3. “Technology does not directly change teaching or learning. Rather, the critical element is how technology is incorporated into instruction” (Bracewell and Faferriere (1996) 3
  • 4. Skills, knowledge, and attitudes of students and teachers Characteristics of student-centred and collaborative learning What change do we want to measure? 4
  • 5. Standards 5
  • 6. They are measured by... Classroom observation Movement up the LoTi Scale Progression from eReader  Development into Prosumer 6
  • 7. Level Category 0 Non-use 1 Awareness 2 Exploration 3 Infusion 4A Integration (mechanical) 4B Integration (routine) 5 Expansion 6 Refinement LoTI Scale 7
  • 8. They are not measured by... Hits on Websites Broadband Usage Statistics Time spent on Laptop Standardised Testing Numbers of Laptops in Class 8
  • 9. Three primary research questions How does the DER-NSW program influence teacher pedagogy? What is the influence of the DER-NSW program on students? What are the consequences of the DER-NSW program on students’ educational outcomes? Conducted in association with the University of Wollongong. DER-NSW Longitudinal Evaluation 9
  • 10. For more information http://bit.ly/dernsw-resources 10

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