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Teacher and teacher-directed student use of computers and software

Teacher and teacher-directed student use of computers and software

teaching, learning, and computing : 1998 national survey report #3

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Published by Center for Research on Information Technology and Organization, the University of California, Irvine and the University of Minnesota, U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Educational Resources Information Center in [Irvine, CA], [Washington, DC] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education -- Data processing.,
  • Computer users.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTeaching, learning, and computing :
    StatementHenry J. Becker, Jason L. Ravitz, Yan Tien Wong.
    ContributionsRavitz, Jason L., Wong, Yan Tien., Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18325907M

      Teaching, learning, and computing national survey report #3: Teacher and teacher-directed student use of computers and software. Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations University of California, Irvine And University of by: C. Teachers promote student reflection using collaborative tools to reveal and clarify students' conceptual understanding and thinking, planning, and creative processes. D. Teachers model collaborative knowledge construction by engaging in learning with students, colleagues, and others in face-to-face and virtual environments.

    The effectiveness of teacher directed student use of technology was found to be dependent on the teacher’s experience with the technology, belief that the technology is beneficial to meeting instructional goals, perceived importance of technology, and obstacles in integrating the technology (Miranda & Russell, ). • The use of CAI leads to more positive attitudes toward computers, course content, quality of instruction, school in general, and self-as-learner than the use of conventional instruction alone (Cotton, ). II. REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE When we review the related literature concerned in the computer assisted education and instruction in Turkey,File Size: KB.

      Download the executive summary, Drivers of Student Performance: Insights from Europe, in French. This research is not intended as a road map to system improvement; that was the theme of our report, which set out the interventions that school systems need to undertake to move from poor to fair to good to great to excellent performance. Teacher and teacher directed student use of computers and software. Center for Research on Information Technology and Organisations, University of California,Irvin, and University of Minnesota. Beukes-Amiss, C.M. &.Chiware, E.R.T. ().The impact of diffusion of ICTs into educational practices, howgood or how bad?


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The study is comprised of completed questionnaire responses from teachers, principals, and school technology coordinators from 1, schools. Part 1 discusses teacher-directed student use of computers, including basic descriptive statistics, access to classroom computers, and computer platforms used by by: Get this from a library.

Teacher and teacher-directed student use of computers and software: teaching, learning, and computing: national survey report #3. [Henry Jay Becker; Jason L Ravitz; Yan Tien Wong; Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)] -- This report, the third in a series from the spring national survey, "Teaching, Learning, and Computing,".

References. Becker, H., J. Ravitz, and Y. Wong. Teacher and Teacher-Directed Student Use of Computers and Software. Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations: University of California, Irvine and University of Minnesota.

The study found that: (a) expectancy of success and perceived value were the most important issues in differentiating levels of computer use among teachers; (b) personal use of computers outside of teaching activities was the most significant predictor of teacher use of technology in the classroom; and (c) teachers' use of computer technologies.

Teacher and teacher-directed student use of. computers and software. Findings describe the practices of cooperating teachers in mentoring student teachers toward technology use.

In. This report provides data from a survey of a nationally representative sample of more than 2, public- and private-school teachers of 4th through 12th grade regarding Internet use by teachers and students. Information is provided about: (1) teachers' access to the Internet; (2) frequency of different Internet uses, including teachers' uses and teacher-directed student use; (3) the Cited by: At the same time, every student should learn how to use all of the available resources and find the value in low-performance and high-performance computers.

Because certain. Predictors of Teacher-Directed Student Use of Technology in Elementary Classrooms Article in Journal of Research on Technology in Education 43(4) June with 12 Reads. In his research for that book, Mr. Cuban revisited the technology-rich Silicon Valley high school featured in his seminal book, Overused and Oversold: Computers in the : Benjamin Herold.

The authors believe in supporting the teacher first. Like Larry Cuban, author of Oversold and Underused (), they see teachers as the "gateway" to technology use by book devotes chapters to the following issues and how they are affected by technology: classroom management, student and teacher roles, student engagement and teachers' relationships with.

“Indeed, it is entirely possible that a student could answer certain types of test questions correctly and still lack the most basic understanding of the situation being tested, as a teacher would quickly learn by asking the student to explain the answer”.

Teacher - student = Teacher directed, choosing to use technology to aid their students learning. Student - centered: In a student-centered classroom model, each student works at his or her own pace with the teacher alongside them, as they work to master the sometimes complicated and abstract class concepts.

Teachers Network seeks to improve student learning by helping teachers integrate web-based lessons into their instructional practice. Browse free lesson plans by Subject and/or Grade. Teachers Network Leadership Institute (TNLI) was comprised of hundreds of teachers from affiliates nationwide.

TNLI Fellows-teachers with full-time classroom teaching responsibilities. Lam, Y., & Lawrence, G. Teacher-student role redefinition during a computer-based second language project: Are computers catalysts for empowering change.

Computer Assisted Language Learning, 15(3), Lee, S., & Son, J.-M. The use of ICT in Korean middle school English classrooms: Practices and challenges. Students select books and chart their progress in a reading log. Writing activities accompany each book, and students complete them as they are reading.

Students use the Reading Counts program to take quizzes on the computer. When a student completes a book and its writing activities, she/he takes a quiz to test knowledge of the book.

Teacher and teacher directed student use of computers and software (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED ). Irvine, CA & Minneapolis, MN: Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations. Becker, H.J., & Riel, M.M. Teacher professional engagement and constructivist-compatible computer use.

teacher-directed student use of technology to create products (student products); and teachers’ use of technology for grading (grading). Analyses of the seven teacher technology-use scales formed from the items showed that each of the individual scales exhibited widely divergent frequency distributions (Bebell et al., ).

a series of studies monitoring use of computers in schools. In their report, Teacher and Teacher Directed Use of Computers & Software, they noted that, “Regular use of computers with students is highly dependent on access to computers most teachers have relatively few computers com-pared to the number of students inFile Size: KB.

Yes. Administrators will encourage you to develop curriculum that integrates the use of student devices. However, when and how they are used will be at the sole discretion of the teacher. There is the risk that students may complain that one teacher in the school provides them with more access than another teacher.

Do not feel peer pressured. Teacher and teacher-directed student use of computers and software. Report #3, Teaching, learning, and computing: national survey. Irvine, CA: Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations, University of California, Irvine.

-Strategies range from very explicit and teacher directed to less explicit and student centered Direct instructional approaches -teachers tell the students the concept or skill to be learned and then lead students through most of the instructional .Abstract.

Since the introduction of the use of computers in education in the s, its terminology has continuously evolved. Some contributors to the new field adopted the term computer assisted instruction for a specific approach, either focusing on a Cited by:   A study of technology use in a large urban Midwestern school district found that teachers have equipment available to them, but it is oftentimes inadequate, inconvenient, or not working.

Teachers would like to use technology, but in reality they don't use it. Part of the reason is lack of professional development. However, software limitations, school district policies that Cited by: 2.