Assessing the Impact of Instructional Technology on Student Achievement
T.H.E. Journal Volume 28, Number 7, ISSN 0192-592X
Explains a Vermont Web project that incorporated multimedia technology into K-12 curriculum and describes an evaluation that measured the impact of the project on student achievement. Describes evaluation methods used and concludes that teachers should emphasize metacognitive skills, application of skills, and inquiry learning as they incorporate technology into the curriculum. (LRW)
Sherry, L., Billig, S., Jesse, D. & Watson-Acosta, D. (2001). Assessing the Impact of Instructional Technology on Student Achievement. T.H.E. Journal, 28(7), 40-43.
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