The Influence of Technology on Instructional Practices

By Deborah Lowther, Steven M. Ross and J. Daniel Strahl.

Published by The Organization Collection

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This presentation will examine and discuss the influence of technology on instructional practices as revealed in a study that investigated the overall effectiveness of a statewide technology initiative.

Keywords: Technology Integration, Instructional Practices, K-12 Schools, Classroom Observations

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 5, pp.131-142. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.976MB).

Dr. Deborah Lowther

The University of Memphis, United States of America, Deborah L. Lowther is an associate professor of Instructional Design and Technology and Senior Technology Researcher for the Center for Research in Educational Policy at the University of Memphis. She has directed nationally recognized research initiatives focused on the impact of technology integration and of school reform in K-12 environments.

Steven M. Ross

The University of Memphis, United States of America Steven M. Ross is a Professor of Educational Psychology and Research and Director of the Center for Research in Educational Policy at The University of Memphis. His research interests are educational technology integration in schools, educational reform, and school program formative and summative evaluation.

J. Daniel Strahl

The University of Memphis, United States of America J. Daniel Strahl is a Project Coordinator for the Center for Research in Educational Policy. His primary area of work focuses on the evaluation of state and district initiatives for technology integration in K-12 schools. Dan received his M.S Instructional Design and Technology from the University of Memphis.

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