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The National Science Foundation funded the Center for School Reform of TERC, Inc., to conduct a 3-year study of science instruction in high schools that were pioneers in one-to-one computing and ubiquitous high speed Internet access.
Our case studies allowed us to explore how teachers made use of the new resources that this technology offered them, and what benefits they saw for their students and their teaching. We also studied why teachers made the choices they did in integrating technology in their classrooms to a greater or lesser extent, and what challenges and difficulties they addressed in making their instructional decisions.
We have also recently published a paper in the Journal of Technology, Learning, and Asssesment (JTLA).The paper focuses on three schools that are several years past the "implementation" phase, and explores how 1:1 technology is being deployed in these experienced schools. The article is freely available and can be accessed here.
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TERC, Inc., founded in 1965, is a nonprofit institution dedicated to research and development in math and science education.