Document Type

Poster

Publication Date

1-2018

Published In / Presented At

Association for Science Teacher Education Annual Conference 2018

Disciplines

Curriculum and Instruction | Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Educational Methods | Elementary Education | Elementary Education and Teaching | Instructional Media Design | Junior High, Intermediate, Middle School Education and Teaching | Science and Mathematics Education | Secondary Education | Secondary Education and Teaching

Abstract

Access, implementation, and teacher attitudes about technology in the classroom have increased in recent years. While numerous reports (Purcell, Heaps, Buchanan, & Friedrich, 2013; CompTIA, n.d.; Schacter, 1999) cite the impact of technology broadly, there are limited reports dedicated to exploring the impact of technology implementation in science courses. This review examines the technology tools implemented in formal and informal K-12 science settings published in top-tier science journals from 2010 to 2016. Findings include the most commonly studied technology tools in physical science, life science, and earth/space science disciplines, as well as their reported impacts on student achievement, dispositions, and student-teacher interactions. While challenges are evident, technology integration in the teaching and learning of science across disciplines has made many significant positive impacts.

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