Publication Date: April 25, 2005
In this book, for the first time, national data is used to measure technology’s effectiveness on student academic performance in three subjects—mathematics, science, and reading. To uncover key implications for policy and practice, the author links the test scores of more than 40,000 students who took the National Assessment of Educational Progress with reports by their teachers of various aspects of technology use.
Harold Wenglinsky is Research Manager for the The Grow Network/McGraw-Hill.
"It's about educational technology—and it's about time! Using Technology Wisely shifts an increasingly sterile debate over the effectiveness of educational technology to new, exciting, and more fertile ground."
Bruce Goldberg, Chief Education Officer and Founder, Co-nect, Cambridge, Massachusetts