The Purpose:<br />The goal of my research is to discover:<br />Why should students and teachers should be encouraged to utilize the use of Digital Interactive Note booking instead of traditional note-taking during class lectures in higher education?<br />
Outline Topics & Subtopics<br />Technology Insisted Instruction <br />Recall study technique note-taking<br />Examining the differences in examinee performance on computerized testing using digital note-booking in the classroom. <br /> Comparison paper pencil test and computer test<br />Electronic<br />note-taking<br />
Benefits Importance Digital Notes-Taking <br />What we already know for other research studies:<br /><ul><li>Exposure of 1hr of 3hr TEC can increase testing performance scores.
Guided learning using the combination of traditional lectures and TEC together is the most beneficial style of students learning.
Attitude and student control over learning produces positive results.</li></li></ul><li> Benefits Importance Computerized-Testing<br />
According to Forsyth (1997),<br />Computer based teaching methods:<br />1.Improve the transfer of information.<br />2.Increased instructional focus<br />3.Enhanced Motivation.<br />4.Stimulates creative Expression.<br />No dull text, because I need Vivid graphics too!<br />
Which learning Style is Effective to enhance computerized testing?<br />notes<br />
Paper and Pencil Testing<br />Research that opposes my theory that use of digital tools more effective?<br />Pearson: Test, Measure, and Research Computer-Based & Paper-Pencil Test Comparability Studies <br />Bulletin_9.pdf<br />
Computer Testing Associated withAnxiety<br />Do Digital note-booking help decrease anxiety when taking computerized tests?<br />Will digital note-booking in classroom decrease anxiety when taking computer formatted tests ?<br />
Digital Tools: Enhance Digital Note-Taking<br />
Bridging our Future in Learning<br />Is Digital note-booking in our future? <br />Computerized Testing is a fast effective academic measurement tool.<br />If computer-based testing is in our future, then digital note-taking skills need to ne adaptive in our teaching.<br />
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