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Content• Positive Findings• How does technology effect students?• Scholastic Achievement Outcome• Strategies• Technology Offers Collaboration• Technology is Individualized• The Future
Positive Findings Multiple learning styles are addressed - Audio, visual, interactive Success New learning experiences that Positive impact on require higher level student learning. reasoning and (ACOT) problem solving.
How does technology effect students? confident independent thinkers addresses positivity is different connected to learning success with styles technology greater feeling of success and self worth
Scholastic Achievement Outcome• Positive achievement in tests• Students who used math software outperformed comparison classes by 15% on standardized tests and 100% on tests targeting the curriculum- focused objectives (Cradler)
StrategiesIdentifying Similarities Summarizing and Note Cooperative Learning. and Differences. Taking. Nonlinguistic Generating and Testing Representations. Hypotheses.
Technology Offers Collaboration• Powerful instructional strategy• Additional learning opportunities• Group learning and projects• Applications are readily available
Technology is Individualized• Meets the needs of each student -Advanced -Remedial• Provides immediate feedback -Students see where they need help, improve individually, independent – don’t have to wait for the teacher
The Future Technology applications and tools Beyond high school - students careers Transition to real-world
References• Brabec, K., Fisher, K., & Pitler, H. (2004). Building better instruction: How technology supports nine research-proven instructional strategies. Learning & Leading with Technology. Volume 31. Number 5. Retrieved from http://www.mcrel.org/pdf/educationtechnology/9713IR_BuildingBetterInstruction.pdf• Burchett, R., Cradler, J., Freeman, M., & McNabb, M. (2002). Unit 3: Effectiveness of Instructional Technologies. Learning and Leading with Technology. Volume 29. Number 8. Retrieved from http://draco.mnstate.edu/moodlefall11/pluginfile.php/84/mod_resource/content/4/Unit3F2011/index .html• Courville, K. (2011). Technology and Its Use in Education: Present Roles and Future Prospects. Online Submission. Retrieved from http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/contentdelivery/servlet/ERICServlet?accno=ED520220• Harvey-Woodall, A. (2009). Integrating Technology into the Classroom: How Does It Impact Student Achievement? Retrieved from http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/contentdelivery/servlet/ERICServlet?accno=ED505984• Schacter, J. (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