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Summarize two evaluation studies

  1. 1. Done by : Younis ALSiyabi 83841 Sulaiman Al Abdul Salam 62104
  2. 2. Study title: Enhancing Technology Use in Student Teaching. Author: POPE.M, HARE.D, & HOWARD.E.(2005), Mississippi State University.Study link: www.editlib.org/d/4755/article_4755.pdf
  3. 3.  The purpose: This study investigated the gap that exists between the technological knowledge and skills preservice teachers possess and their confidence in using them to successfully integrate technology in their classrooms. Participants Twenty-six preservice teachers seeking certification in the elementary education program participated in this study. Instrumentation:
  4. 4.  Two surveys were developed for this study. - Survey one, self-reported Technological Proficiency and Confidence Level for classroom integration (TPCL). - Part A (34 questions) measures the technology proficiency level of the preservice teachers. - Part B (7 questions) measures how confident the preservice teachers believed they were in successfully integrating specific technology practices into classroom instructional methods.
  5. 5. Study title: Interactive Whiteboards and Learning Study link:http://downloads01.smarttech.com/media/research/whitepapers/int_whiteboard_r esearch_whitepaper_update.pdf
  6. 6.  Creating digital lesson activities with templates, images and multimedia. Writing notes over educational video clips. Using presentation tools that are included with the. White boarding software to enhance learning materials. Showcasing student presentations.
  7. 7.  Manipulating text and images. Making notes in digital ink. Saving notes for later review by using e-mail, the Web or print. Viewing websites as a group. Demonstratingor using software at the front of a room without being tied to a computer.
  8. 8. Thank you for your attention

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