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The effectiveness of educational technology on children's learning in a school environment

Kolyda, Frantzeska and Bouki, Vassiliki (2005) The effectiveness of educational technology on children's learning in a school environment. In: Crawford, C. and Carlsen, R. and McFerrin, K. and Price, J. and Weber, R. and Willis, D.A., (eds.) Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2005. AACE, Chesapeake, VA, USA, pp. 898-905. ISBN 188009455X

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Abstract

This paper describes a pilot study conducted in a classroom environment, in a local school over a three-week period. It compared the effect of two types of educational software in mathematics with a traditional approach on the learning outcome of a group of Key Stage 2 and Year 5 children. The children were exposed to two different types of software that dealt with the same subject matter in mathematics, data handling. A pre-test/post test design was used in order to assess the learning outcome. The results of this pilot study revealed statistically no significant difference in learning across the groups. However, the study did highlight a number of methodological issues that are discussed in this paper.

Item Type:Book Section
Research Community:University of Westminster > Electronics and Computer Science, School of
ID Code:867
Deposited On:27 Sep 2005
Last Modified:11 Jan 2010 09:52

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