Via de nieuwsbrief “Best Evidence in Brief” las ik een recente meta-analyse waarin het effect van onderwijstechnologie binnen wiskundeonderwijs werd onderzocht. Volgens de onderzoekers is er voorlopig weinig tot geen bewijs om te claimen dat de technologie de leerprestaties bevordert.
|A recent publication in Educational Research Review systematically investigated the effect of education technology (ed tech) on mathematics achievement and orientation. The authors from six universities found that there is insufficient evidence to makes claims about technology’s general effectiveness in supporting math achievement and orientation outcomes. Unlike most other research, the authors went beyond academic outcomes by including orientation towards mathematics and technology as another important measurement. Coined by Schoenfeld in 2011, student orientation refers to students’ beliefs, attitudes, and preferences. Orientation is found to influence student learning through engagement, motivation, and confidence. In total, 123 effect sizes from previous studies were synthesized. Meta-analysis results showed that ed…|
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