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    Posts Tagged ‘technology’

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    NECC ’09 Reflections: What Just Happened?

    I blogged. About NECC. For the fine folks at Dell. Check it out there.


    Professing Qua “Making the Case”

    I am part of a team of professors facilitating the learning in an Ed.D. program for a group of sitting school administrators in a local school division.  I am currently leading a module on decision-making and resource allocation within the realm of educational technology.  This Saturday, I have a pretty unique opportunity (for me at […]


    The Limits of Technology?

    On Christmas Eve, while driving from Princeton, NJ to Richmond, VA, I was involved in a loud and scary car accident (we’re all OK; the car is damaged badly).  The only relevant details I’ll share here are as follows: I was a bit lost; I was trying to get from I-295 to the NJ Turnpike.  […]


    Ed. Tech. and Student Achievement

    As the result of a quick Twitter back-and-forth, I told @JeffNugent and @mcglaysia that I would write a blog post about the research linking technology integration and student achievement.  A couple of points before I get into it: I have been the lead investigator on many (maybe a dozen or so?) studies aimed at examining […]


    Computer use and math achievement (part deux)

    One of my posts from almost four months ago has been resurrected by comments from Tina K. and Amir.  In that post, I suggested I’d do some more digging.  So, I dug. Some background…these are NAEP data with tables and statistics generated by the NAEP Data Explorer.  The NDE is an awesome (free!) tool for […]