Critical Issue: Using Technology to Improve Student Achievement

 

Critical Issue: Using Technology to Improve Student Achievement

This paper was original adapted from a manuscript by Margaret Honey, director of the Center for Children and Technology, Katherine McMillan Culp, assistant director for research at the Center for Children and Technology, and Robert Spielvogel, senior scientist at the Center for Children and Technology. In 2005, the article was updated to reflect some of the new educational priorities, demands, and developments that have entered the field since the last article was published. The Center for Children and Technology is a part of Education Development Center, Inc., an international nonprofit organization handing 335 projects taking place through the United States as well as around the globe.

Contents

Issue

Context

Technology and Youth: Wired Schools and Wired Lives
NCLB and High Stakes Testing
Student Skills and ITC Literacy: Meeting the 21st Century Challenge
Different Types of Technology and their Educational Applications

Research Results

Factors to Consider

Inclusion: Reaching All Students

Language Learners
Students with Disabilities

Educational Technology and Data-Driven Decision-Making
The Complex Nature of Change

Implications

Educational Goals and A Vision of Learning Through Technology
Professional Development
Structural Changes in the School Day
Technical Infrastructure and Support
Evaluation

Action Options

Implementation Pitfalls

Illustrative Cases

Contacts

References


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