Tag Archives: technology-integration

Postgame analysis: using video-based coaching for continuous professional development

Medical Researchers collaborated with multimedia technologist to develop video based training tools. The tools were designed to help monitor the growth process of doctors and medical surgeons in the field of study, primarily performance. The research consisted of surgeons watching … Continue reading

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Mobile Technology Used in an Adventurous Outdoor Learning Activity: A case study

In this study, two groups within the age range of ten to fourteen, were formed to experiment with Geocaching, a treasure hunting activity. Using a PDA (personal digital assistant) equip with GPS, students were asked to navigate outdoors through a … Continue reading

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Double Stuff Oreo of Technology Integration Research

Research study: What Forty Years of Research Says About the Impact of Technology on Learning: A Second-Order Meta-Analysis and Validation Study The real question for technology advocates: does technology really make a difference to academic achievement? Don’t YOU want to … Continue reading

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