The Effectiveness of Educational Technology: Issues and Recommendations for the National Study

The Effectiveness of Educational Technology: Issues and Recommendations for the National Study

Published: May 09, 2003
Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research
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Associated Project

Educational Technology: Does It Improve Academic Achievement?

Time frame: 2003-2009

Prepared for:

U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences

Authors

Roberto Agodini

Mark Dynarski

Margaret Honey

Douglas Levin

Recommends that an upcoming study of the effectiveness of educational technology in improving academic achievement focus on four goals: (1) defining what is meant by "educational technology," (2) deciding how to measure effectiveness, (3) clarifying what kinds of students will be studied, and (4) pinpointing how academic achievement will be defined and measured.

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