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  • These are strategies that can be used to improve student achievement. Lesson Plan creation can help and should include the following effective strategies. They should focus on strategies, available technologies, and focus on the unit. The following table talks about the percentage in score increase compared to the nine strategies.
  • What role do districts have in insuring that professional development sessions involving technology are implemented into the classrooms?Increased time during professional development to work with technology.Present information with student-centered instructional practices.Plan meaningful professional development that isn’t just one shot.Assess the types of technology that are already in use
  • Hirshheim and Smithson classify a continuum of approaches to the evaluation of information systems: ranging from what they call objective/rational to subjective/political approaches. The zones in the continuum are the following.
  • A survey was conducted to find out pre-service teachers’ background knowledge, experiences and perceptions about their preparation for technology integration at a university in the Middle East USA.

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  • by Dennis Healy
  • Menu  I. Improving Students Achievement II. Better Professional Development III.Evaluating Information Systems IV. Getting Pre-Service Teachers Experience with Technology V. Examples of technology uses in classroom VI. Sources
  • I. Improving Student Achievement  Effectiveness of Nine Strategies Average Associated Associated Category Effect Size Percentile Gain Identifying similarities and 1.61 45 differences Summarizing and note taking 1.00 34 Reinforcing effort and providing .80 29 recognition Homework and practice .77 28 Nonlinguistic representation .75 27 Cooperative learning .73 27 Setting goals and providing feedback .61 23 Generating and testing hypotheses .61 23 Cues, questions, and advance .59 22 organizers
  • II. Improved Professional Development  First, insure Professional Development sessions involve Technology and are implemented Next, increase the time to work with technology and plan meaningful development that isn’t just one shot Finally access technology already in use
  • III. Evaluating Information Systems   Develop a system in a competent and professional manner  Judge the systems true worth and value  Efficiency  Effectiveness  Understanding  Hughes Evaluation Model  Individual learners variables  Environmental variables  Technology variables  Context variables  Pedagogic variables
  • IV. Getting Pre-Service Teachers Experience Application  Table 5: Findings related to comfort level with technological applications. M SD Word processing 2.92 0.27 Web searching 2.88 0.33 Internet communication 2.81 0.49 Presentation software 2.73 0.53 Web designing 2.62 0.69 Drill-practice programs, tutorials 2.50 0.71 Spreadsheets 2.35 0.75 Hypermedia / Hypertext 2.00 0.85 Concept mapping tools 1.73 0.83 Database tools 1.69 0.74 Simulation tools 1.50 0.65 Web Quests 1.23 0.43 Video editing software 1.23 0.52 Note. Participants rated these items by using a 3-point Likert scale ranging from low (1) to high (5).
  • V. Examples of Technology Uses in Classrooms   Word Processing Software  Microsoft Word  Works  Web Resources  Wiki  Zoho  Webinars  Podcasts  Organizing and brainstorming software  Data Collection Tools  Multimedia tools  PowerPoint  Movie Makers
  • Sources   http://www.mcrel.org/topics/EducationalTechnology/produ cts/236/  http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/contentdelivery/ser vlet/ERICServlet?accno=ED505984  http://www.rcetj.org/index.php/rcetj/article/viewArticle/10 8  http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/contentdelivery/ser vlet/ERICServlet?accno=ED503164  Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology - TOJET 9, no. 1 (January 0, 2010): 13-22