Research Study to Explore Impact of Educational Technology on Student Achievement
The British University in Dubai (BUiD)
The use of educational technology has become increasingly prevalent in recent years, with many schools and educators integrating technology into their teaching practices. The purpose of this study is to explore the impact of educational technology on student achievement. The study will examine the various ways in which technology is being used in classrooms, including the use of online resources, interactive whiteboards, and mobile devices. The study will employ a mixed-methods approach, including both quantitative and qualitative data collection methods. Quantitative data will be collected through surveys and standardized test scores, while qualitative data will be collected through interviews with teachers and students, classroom observations, and document analysis. The literature review will explore previous research on the use of educational technology in the classroom, including studies that have examined the impact of technology on student achievement. The review will also explore the various theories and models that underpin the use of educational technology in teaching and learning, including constructivism, connectivism, and the SAMR model. The results of the study will provide insights into the impact of educational technology on student achievement, and will inform educators and policymakers on the most effective ways to integrate technology into their teaching practices. The study will also provide a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities that come with the use of educational technology in the classroom, and will identify areas for future research. This study will provide insight into how technology affects education and how it might boost student performance. This project will assist build evidence-based policies and practices to promote educational technology by studying how educational technology affects student accomplishment.
educational technology, student achievement