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  • 1.
  • 2. The Purpose:
    The goal of my research is to discover:
    Why students and teachers should use Digital Interactive Note booking during class lectures in distanceeducation?
    Could this teaching method improve computerized testing scores?
  • 3. Outline Topics & Subtopics
    Technology Insisted Instruction
    Recall study technique note-taking
    Examining the differences in examinee performance on computerized testing using digital note-booking in the classroom.
     Comparison paper pencil test and computer test
    Electronic
    note-taking
  • 4. Benefits Importance Digital Notes-Taking
    What we already know for other research studies:
    • Exposure of 1hr of 3hr TEC can increase testing performance scores.
    • 5. Guided learning using the combination of traditional lectures and TEC together is the most beneficial style of students learning.
    • 6. Attitude and student control over learning produces positive results.
  • Benefits Importance Computerized-Testing with utilizing digital note-booking.
  • 7. According to Forsyth (1997),
    Computer based teaching methods:
    1.Improve the transfer of information.
    2.Increased instructional focus
    3.Enhanced Motivation.
    4.Stimulates creative Expression.
    No dull text, because I need Vivid graphics too!
  • 8. Which learning Style is Effective to enhance improving conceptual knowledge when testing?
    notes
  • 9.
  • 10. Computerized Teaching
    According to Forsyth,
    “Skinner early vision of a teaching machine that would shape students’ behavior through reinforcement”(p.207)
  • 11.
  • 12. Student Surveys
    Questionnaire
    Class and university records
    Variables
    LearningOutcomes
  • 13. Effectiveness
    http://www.cengagebrain.com/shop/content/tuckman00348_0495500348_01.01_toc.pdf
  • 14. Effectiveness of Digital
  • 15. Paper and Pencil Testing
    Research that opposes my theory that use of digital tools more effective?
    Pearson: Test, Measure, and Research Computer-Based & Paper-Pencil Test Comparability Studies
    http://www.pearsonassessments.com/NR/rdonlyres/93727FC9-96D3-4EA5-B807-5153EF17C431/0/Bulletin_9.pdf
  • 16. & Computerized Testing
  • 17. Computer Testing Associated withAnxiety
    Do Digital note-booking help decrease anxiety when taking computerized tests?
    Will digital note-booking in classroom decrease anxiety when taking computer formatted tests ?
  • 18. Digital Tools: Enhance Digital Note-Taking
  • 19. Time
  • 20. Bridging our Future in Learning
    Is Digital note-booking in our future?
    Computerized Testing is a fast effective academic measurement tool.
    If computer-based testing is in our future, then digital note-taking skills need to ne adaptive in our teaching.
  • 21.
  • 22. References:
    Forsyth, D. R., & Archer, C. R. (1997). Technologically assisted instruction and student mastery, motivation, and matriculation. Teaching of Psychology, 24, 207–212.
     Gijlers, H. H., Saab, N. N., Van Joolingen, W. R., De Jong, T. T., & Van Hout-Wolters, B. M. (2009). Interaction between tool and talk: how instruction and tools support consensus building in collaborative inquiry-learning environments. Journal Computer Assisted Learning, 25(3), 252- 267. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
    Kronzer, Nicole. (2009, July 10). Writing Digital: Teaching Poetry.[Video] Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com.
    Landrum, R. (2010). Faculty and Student Perceptions of Providing Instructor Lecture Notes to Students: Match or Mismatch? Teaching of Psychology,37(3), 216-221. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
    Lawson, T. J., Bodle, J. H., & McDonough, T. A. (2007). Methods & Techniques: Techniques for Increasing Student Learning From Educational Videos: Notes Versus Guiding Questions. Teaching of Psychology, 34(2), 90-93. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
    Pemberton, J. R., Borrego Jr., J., & Cohen, L. M. (2006). Using Interactive Computer Technology to Enhance Learning. Teaching of  Psychology, 33(2), 145-147 .Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
  • 23. References:
    Proserpio, L., & Gioia, D. A. (2007). Teaching the Virtual Generation. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 6(1), 69-80. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
    Rhodes, T. L. (2011). Making Learning Visible and Meaningful Through Portfolios. Change, 43(1), 6-13. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
    Säljö, R. R. (2010). Digital tools and challenges to institutional traditions of learning: technologies, social memory and the nature of learning. Journal of Assisted Learning, 26(1), 53-64. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
    Todoroki, S., Konishi, T., & Inoue, S. (2006). Blog-based research notebook: Personal informatics workbench for high-throughput experimentation. Applied Surface Science, 252 (7), 2640-2645. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
    Wang, Hong & Shin, D. (2009). Computer- Based & Paper-Pencil Test Comparability Studies. Pearson Assessment,(9), 1-6. Retrieved from http://www.pearsonassessments.com.

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