Kitpatrik modelStudy one:Men’s and Women’s Attitudes Toward Computer Technology: A ComparisonType of study: reaction:Example of statements: • Do men and women differ in their relative comfort when using computers? • computer technology in making users more productive? • Do men and women differ in their attitudes toward the impact of computer • technology on people and their work environments?Study two:ISTE Classroom Observation Tool (ICOT): Technology ChecklistType of study: Result :Example of statements:How essential was technology to the teaching and learning activities? o Not needed; other approaches would be better. o Somewhat useful; other approaches would be as effective. o Useful; other approaches would not be as effective. o Essential; the lesson could not be done without it.Technologies used by students Blog Calculator CD-ROM Database Data Projector
Desktop Computer Digital Camera Document Camera Drill/Practice E-mailOregon Technology Standards (choose all standards that apply): ET.1 Creativity and Innovation: Students demonstrate creative thinking and problem solving skills to develop innovative products and processes using (digital) technology. ET.2 Communication and Collaboration: Students use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively, across the global community, to support individual learning and contribute to the learning of others. ET.3 Research and Information Fluency: Students select and apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, validate, and use information. Study three: REACTION AND LEARNING AS PREDICTORS OF JOB PERFORMANCE IN A UNITED STATES AIR FORCE TECHNICAL TRAINING PROGRAM Steven W. Boyd, B.S., M.E. DType of study: ResultExample of statements:1-The course study guide /workshop were well written.2-The course was interesting and motivating.3-Instructors presented information in manner I could understand .4-I was informed about special Activities team and student leader program.