By: Mechele Seville,
Heather Schwartzmiller, & Lisa Gardner
Introduction
There are obvious benefits of using
 technology in the classroom.
What might not be so apparent are
 the ne...
Literature Review
 Student Effects


 Technology can:
   be a distraction in class
   have negative academic effects
  ...
Literature Review
 Teacher Effects




 Academic dishonesty
 Lack of professional development
 Lack of access to techno...
Arguments
Technology has both positive and
        negative effects.
Recommendations
 Model appropriate and proper usage of technology in
  the classroom.
 Incorporate technology into the l...
Our Experiences
 Computer tests
 Number of student computers
 Lack of teacher technology training
 Classroom distracti...
Conclusion




 Technology should be used in moderation.
 How students choose to use technology
  makes the difference b...
Conclusion continued…
 “It is not simply the use of technology in general, but
  rather the purpose for which technology ...
Resources
Bennett, R., Braswell, J., Oranje, A., Sandene, B., Kaplan, B., & Yan, F. (2008). Does it matter if I take my ma...
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  1. 1. By: Mechele Seville, Heather Schwartzmiller, & Lisa Gardner
  2. 2. Introduction There are obvious benefits of using technology in the classroom. What might not be so apparent are the negative aspects. Research question “What are the pitfalls of technology usage in k-12 classrooms?”
  3. 3. Literature Review Student Effects  Technology can:  be a distraction in class  have negative academic effects  can be used to cheat/plagiarize
  4. 4. Literature Review Teacher Effects  Academic dishonesty  Lack of professional development  Lack of access to technology
  5. 5. Arguments Technology has both positive and negative effects.
  6. 6. Recommendations  Model appropriate and proper usage of technology in the classroom.  Incorporate technology into the lesson only if it is the most effective way of presenting the content.  To avoid plagiarism, teach students how to properly cite information in a creative way like reader’s theater.  Develop a class website that contains appropriate student resources.
  7. 7. Our Experiences  Computer tests  Number of student computers  Lack of teacher technology training  Classroom distractions
  8. 8. Conclusion  Technology should be used in moderation.  How students choose to use technology makes the difference between helping and hindering learning.
  9. 9. Conclusion continued…  “It is not simply the use of technology in general, but rather the purpose for which technology is used, that has consequences for academic engagement. A student may use computers, electronic mail, a PDA, or cellular phone primarily for social purposes; however, those same technologies can also be used for communication about academic matters, thereby increasing educational involvement” (Lloyd & Cooper, 2007).
  10. 10. Resources Bennett, R., Braswell, J., Oranje, A., Sandene, B., Kaplan, B., & Yan, F. (2008). Does it matter if I take my mathematics test on computer? A second empirical study of mode effects in NAEP. Journal of Technology, Learning, and Assessment, 6(9), Retrieved from ERIC database. Kemker, K., Barron, A., & Harmes, J. (2007). Laptop computers in the elementary classroom: Authentic instruction with at-risk students. Educational Media International, 44(4), 305-321. Retrieved from ERIC database. Lanahan, L., Boysen, J., & National Center for Education Statistics (ED), W. (2005). Computer technology in the public school classroom: Teacher perspectives. Issue Brief. NCES 2005-083. National Center for Education Statistics, Retrieved from ERIC database. Lloyd, J., Dean, L., & Cooper, D. (2007). Students' technology use and its effects on peer relationships, academic involvement, and healthy lifestyles. NASPA Journal, 44(3), 481-495. Retrieved from ERIC database. McCabe, D., & Katz, D. (2009). Curbing cheating. Education Digest: Essential Readings Condensed for Quick Review, 75(1), 16-19. Retrieved from ERIC database. Nworie, J., & Haughton, N. (2008). Good intentions and unanticipated effects: The unintended consequences of the application of technology in teaching and learning environments. TechTrends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning, 52(5), 52-58. Retrieved from ERIC database. Papanastasiou, E., Zembylas, M., & Vrasidas, C. (2003). Can computer use hurt science achievement? The USA results from PISA. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 12(3), 325-32. Retrieved from ERIC database. Robinson, L., Brown, A., Green, T., & International Society for Technology in Education, E. (2007). The threat of security: Hindering technology integration in the classroom. Learning & Leading with Technology, 35(2), 18-23. Retrieved from ERIC database. St. Gerard, V. (2006). Updating policy on latest risks for students with cell phones in the school. Education Digest: Essential Readings Condensed for Quick Review, 72(4), 43-45. Retrieved from ERIC database. Villano, M. (2006). Fighting plagiarism: Taking the work out of homework. T.H.E. Journal, 33(15), 24-30. Retrieved from ERIC database.
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