Integrating Technology Into the Classroom

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Lee (2009) study examined a classroom that employed extensive use of technology to determine the differences on standardized assessment scores among students who used computers extensively versus those who had limited computer use. Lee (2009) study found through the practice of instructional methods: 53% of teachers used computers as alternative to worksheets/workbooks, where as 53% of teachers use computers for activities such as reviews, drills and practices, while 33% used computers to promote collaborative learning(van Braak, Tondeur, & Valcke, 2004; Lee, 2009). However, computer instructional methods changed the pedagogy of learning. By and large, the study also found students’ technology use into their daily routines in most classes was low despite the alternatives used. Another instructional method introduced in Lee’s (2009) study is project-based learning. Further, he explained that project based learning enable learners to learn while performing a task or activity. This instructional method though diverse concepts guides learners in creating multimedia presentations, gre...
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