Assessing the Impact of Technology in Teaching and Learning: A Sourcebook for Evaluators
Edited by Jerome Johnston, University of Michigan, and Linda Toms Barker, Berkeley Policy Associates. Published by the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan with funding from the U.S. Department of Education, OERI, Learning Technologies Division in April 2002.

Sourcebook (191 pages, 424K)

Abstract

This sourcebook was developed as a resource for the community of evaluators involved in evaluating the more than 100 projects funded by the Star Schools and the Technology Innovation Challenge Grants (TICG). The sourcebook provides an overview of measurement issues in seven areas as well as examples of measures used in current projects to address: 1. Learner Outcomes in the Cognitive Domain - - Jerrell C. Cassady, Ball State University 2. Learner Outcomes in the Affective Domain - - Jerrell C. Cassady, Ball State University 3. Learner Outcomes in Adult Education - - Jerome Johnston, University of Michigan 4. Teacher Outcomes: Changed Pedagogy - - Marcie Bober, San Diego State University 5. Teacher Outcomes: Improved Technology Skills - - Talbot Bielfeldt, International Society for Technology in Education 6. Technology Integration - - Mario Yepes-Baraya, ETS Research 7. Disseminating the Lessons of Technology Projects - - Paula Szulc Dominguez, Hezel Assoc. Although designed to address the needs of evaluators of Star Schools and Technology Innovation Challenge Grants, the sourcebook includes information that is valuable to the broader community of evaluators interested in assessing the role of technology in American education