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Teacher Belief and Effective Use of Technology in Teaching & Learning


Project Type: Academic Research
Discipline: Others - Cross Disciplines
Duration: 03/2013 - 08/2014
Domain: Digital Literacies

Abstract:

altExisting data captured from the RGS 1:1 programme evaluation framework indicates a high level of student  attainment vis-à-vis programme goals. They also indicate a fair level of attainment with regards to teacher achievements vis-à-vis programme goals. 

There is however no co-relational mechanism to establish the relationship between student attainment and teacher use of ICT in the classroom. As a result, the impact of ICT use on student learning is not captured. 

Given that the teacher plays a primary role in implementing RGS 1:1, there is a need to ascertain teacher beliefs towards technology use. Concomitantly, the gap (if any) between teacher belief and the extent of use of ICT needs to be captured.



Research Personnel:


Role Name Department
Investigator Mr Alvin Tan Learning Technologies; Humanities
Investigator Dr Jarina Peer PeRL

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