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The Effectiveness of SMART Board Technology in the Class and How it Improves the Amount of Learning that Occurs

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Transcript of The Effectiveness of SMART Board Technology in the Class and How it Improves the Amount of Learning that Occurs

SMART Board Technology What does Smart Board mean? The Smart Board is an interactive projection display that enables teachers and business leaders to combine a variety of learning tools, such as websites, images and videos, into a compelling lesson. Bielaczyc, K. 2006. Designing Social Infrastructure: Critical Issues in Creating Learning Environments With Technology. Journal of the Learning Sciences doi:10.1207/s15327809jls1503_1. 15(3), 301-329. Available from: Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost.

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be done using the
SMART Boards? 3 classes with
SMART Boards 3 classes with
Black/Marker Board Tests Multiple Choice Essay Short Answer 3 classes with Both
Smart Boards and
Black/Marker Boards Review of Lit.


Table 4 Generalization pretest/posttest
_ Object to spoken word Photograph to spoken word Object to printed word Printed wordto object
_ Pre Post Pre Post Pre Post Pre Post
Sue 96.3 100 92.6 100 0 100 0 100
Sandy 88.9 100 85.2 100 0 70.3 0 77.8
Andy 81.5 96.3 81.5 96.3 0 85.2 0 88.9










Mechling, Linda C., David L. Gast, and Kristin Krupa. 2007. Impact of SMART Board Technology: An Investigation of Sight Word Reading and Observational Learning. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders 37, no. 10: 1869-1882. Available from: Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost. Compare Results By: Brian Myers Mentors: Dr. Ricker, Dr. McConaghy From What we have learned, we can see that there are many
capabilities that have arisen since 1990 when the first SMART
Board was made. Methodology The rooms would have the same type of set up and the teachers would have the same type of teaching styles and motivation skills.. The lesson being taught would also be the same along
with the academic performance levels being similar and the
time of the day that the class is being taught roughly. There have been studies done on Singapore and other underdeveloped
countries where they introduced technology into the learning environment
and noted what effects occured afterwards. They then had increased
test scores and increased overall understanding of the material. Ho= There is no Difference between the amount of learning in a classroom with a SMART Board and a classroom without a SMART Board.

H1= The rooms with the SMART Boards will have higher test scores than the rooms without the SMART Boards.
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