On October 23rd, 2014, we updated our
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“ In order to compete in a global society student achievement must be improved”
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Works Cited Throughout
Brabec, Kathy, Fisher, Kimberly, & Pitler, Howard. (2004). Building Better Instruction: How Technology Supports Nine Research-Proven Instructional Strategies. Le arning and Leading with Technology , 31 (5), 6-11.
Cradler, John, McNabb, Mary, Freeman, Molly, and Burchett, Richard. (2002). How Does Technology Influence Student Learning. Learning and Leading With Technology , 29 (8), 46-56.
Harvey-Woodall, Antionette. (2009, July 16). Integrating Technology into the Classroom: How Does It Impact Student Achievement?
Peck, Kyle L., and Dorricott, Denise. (1994). Why use technology?. Educational Leadership , 51(7), 11. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
Schacter, John. (1999). The Impact of Education Technology on Student Achievement: What the Most Current Research Has to Say . Santa Monica, California: Milken Exchange on Education Technology.