Considerably better results; San Antonio USA 2011

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Considerably better results; San Antonio USA 2011

  1. 1. Considerably Better Results? Using technology in the classroom Kjetil Idås Horten – Norway www.kjetili.wordpress.com
  2. 2. Member of the Goverments Committee of Advisors on Math Teacher at Horten Upper Secondary School Autor Speaker: USA, Sweden, Finland, England and Norway
  3. 3. My mission: Student success
  4. 4. Does it work? Morning training Kingston Jamaica 11th April 2011: Powell, Carter, Frater
  5. 5. Considerably Better Results? 2P national exam Norway Vestfold State Horten VGS 2P 2010-11 Group 2007 - 08 3.1 3.2 3.0 15.8 18.11 2.34 3.6 2008-09 2.8 3.1 3.9 9.12 4.23 2009-10 2.8 3.0 4.1 1.T 4.6 Scale: 1 – 6 (best)
  6. 6. Maths in Norway (17y – 19y) • Math programs: 5h + 5h + 5h or (only) Basic math: 5h + 3h • National exam (2h + 3h w. digital tools) • Laptops and software free • Books free • WiFi
  7. 7. Learning environment • Laptops • Smartboard • Viritual Learning Environment (VLS) • TI-nspire CAS software • Ebooks/iPad
  8. 8. TI-nspire = notebook 1 chapter = 1 file
  9. 9. TI-nspire - when? Subjects Algebra Geometry Statistics Functions Economics Tools MS-Excel
  10. 10. Visible Learning Influence Feedback Effect Size 1.13 1.04 Instructional quality 1.00 Direct instruction .82 Acceleration .72 Remediation/feedback .65 Student's disposition to learn .61 Class environment .56 Challenge of Goals .52 Peer tutoring John Hattie Professor, Auckland, New Zealand Student's prior cognitive ability .50 Mastery learning .50 Homework .43 Teacher Style .42 Questioning 800 Meta studies a synthesis of 50.000 previous studies Peer effects including more than 83 million studentsAdvance organisers Simulation & games all around the World .41 .38 .37 .34 Computer-assisted instruction .31 Testing .30 • An effect size of 0.5 is equivalent to a one grade leap at GCSE
  11. 11. Our study - modell
  12. 12. Feedback: TI-nspire + VLE
  13. 13. Quality: TI-nspire + Smartboard
  14. 14. Quality: TI-nspire + Smartboard
  15. 15. Differentiating & Goals: VLE
  16. 16. Homework: TI-nspire + VLE
  17. 17. Findings: Topic Feedback Increased frequency Faster feedback Quality Perceived better quality Structure Easier to understand(?) Homework They do it! Increased frequency Differentiating Increased motivation Focus on results www.kjetili.wordpress.com

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