Category: Evidence

Difficult to draw clear conclusions

In reviewing the included studies, it becomes clear that educational technology is not a single homogenous intervention but a broad variety of modalities, tools, and strategies for influencing…

Blufærdighed

Lærerne og lederne vurderer, at der er markante kulturelle barrierer for en øget systematisk anvendelse af digitale redskaber i undervisningen. De kulturelle barrierer er knyttet til lærernes usikkerhed…

Lagging behind the promise

This analysis shows that the reality in our schools lags considerably behind the promise of technology. In 2012, 96% of 15-year-old students in OECD countries reported that they…

Assessing the effects of ICT in education

Despite the fact that education systems have been heavily investing in technology since the early 1980s, international indicators on technology uptake and use in education are missing. This…

Fair amount of uncertainty

It is generally believed that ICTs can empower teachers and learners and that their overall impact is positive. There is, however, little scientific evidence of the concrete contribution…

Promissory data

As I realized that there was a lack of empirical support for The Graphic, I took the opportunity during a conference break to remark to a speechwriter for…

Digitalisering kan bidrage til øget kvalitet

– Nitten ud af tyve lærere i undersøgelsen mener, at øget brug af it, digitale læremidler og digitale redskaber kan bidrage til, at skolen udfordrer alle elever, så…

Anvendelse af digitale læremidler effektmåling

Det skal her nævnes, at der særligt er tre vigtige forbehold, som analysens resultater skal ses i lyset af: 1: Der måles på oplevet effekt, ikke reel effekt….

Delrapport 1 (EMU)

Lærerne oplevede især, at platformen medførte enstandardiseret tilgang til undervisning, fordi den var designet ud fra best practice-eksempler. Snarere end at understøtte professionel frihed og dømmekraft oplevede lærerne,…

The emperor’s new clothes

The purpose of this paper is to add to the growing volume of work which adopts critical stance towards the new media afforded by ICTs. In particular we…

Media literacy or media addiction?

As more and more new technologies get introduced into educational institutions at an earlier age, today’s research efforts indeed fail to meet a number of sound research criteria:…

ICT in education: fundamental problems and practical recommendations

 This paper critically explores the intended and unintended consequences of ICT in education. Research across the sciences has found that ICT is neither benign nor neutral in its…

Critical reflections on the benefits of ICT in education

While there are many reasons to remain optimistic about new initiatives to transform the learning process, it must be acknowledged that, first, traditional exam results and, indeed, possession…

A Resource for Future Pedagogies

This review shows that much of the literature supports the use of the IWBs, but does so on very flimsy evidence. The more rigorous studies that have been…

Problems with evidence

Triple-contingency!

There is promising evidence that digital tools can, where effectively used, build skills in interactivity and collaboration, critical thinking and leadership for secondary age learners.

Real life survey

More importantly still, the deeper issue of the actual feasibility of representing ‘real life’ problems in a survey format whilst retaining and not modifying the essential problem-setting characteristics…

Tre analytiske distinktioner

Det er i dette lys, jeg foreslår, at vi introducerer tre analytiske distinktioner i forhold til evidensdiskursen: En skelnen mellem evidensbaseret og evidensinformeret viden gør det muligt at…