How to Ensure Ed/Tech Is Not Oversold and Underused by Arthur D. Sheekey

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Subjects:

  • Educational resources & technology,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Educational technology,
  • Technology,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • United States,
  • Teachers,
  • Administration - General,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • General,
  • Computer-assisted instruction,
  • In-service training

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The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7996771M
ISBN 100810846209
ISBN 109780810846203
OCLC/WorldCa50516438

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The advent of computer technology has led to euphoria of possibilities for educational improvement and stinging criticism that the potential has not been reached. Trying to change conditions that make up the status quo takes time and patience and is a long-term : Paperback.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A ScarecrowEducation book." Description: xxv, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction / Arthur D.

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Bell and Robert H. Tai --The impact of technology. How to ensure ed/tech is not oversold and underused / edited by Arthur D. Sheekey ; foreword by Larry Cuban ; afterword by Laurence Peters. Format Book Published Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, Description xxv, p. ; 23 cm. Other contributors Sheekey, Arthur D.

Notes "A ScarecrowEducation book.". How to ensure ed/tech is not oversold and underused. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Arthur D Sheekey.

In Oversold and Underused, one of the most respected voices in American education argues that when teachers are not given a say in how the technology might reshape schools, computers are merely souped-up typewriters and classrooms continue to run much as they did a. In Oversold and Underused, one of the most respected But just how valid is this argument.

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“ Challenging ‘the belief that if technology were introduced to the classroom, it would be used; and if it were used, it would transform schooling,’ Larry Cuban provides a jargon-free, critical look at the actual use of computers by teachers and students in early childhood education, high school and university classrooms in Oversold and.

The educational technology research community documents that technology is not integrated into teachers’ classroom practices other than to reinforce or augment current practices (Becker, ; Cuban, ).Cited by: 8.

In his research for that book, Mr. Cuban revisited the technology-rich Silicon Valley high school featured in his seminal book, Overused and Oversold: Computers in the : Benjamin Herold.

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Oversold & Underused: Computers in the Classroom (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ). $ ISBN X p. ISBN X p. In his newest book, Larry Cuban investigates how new technologies are used in schools.

But just how much of this is true. in Oversold and Underused, one of the most respected voices in American education argues that when teachers are not trained to use new technology, or given a chance to develop creative uses for it in schools, computers end up being just souped-up : In Oversold and Underused, one of the most respected voices in American education argues that when teachers are not given a say in how the technology might reshape schools, computers are merely souped-up typewriters and classrooms continue to run much as they did a generation ago.

In his studies of early childhood, high school, and university. Oversold and Underused will benefit educational researchers and policy makers and anyone with an interest in computers.

Indeed, Cuban directs at politicians and other policy makers many of his pleas to re-evaluate How to Ensure Ed/Tech Is Not Oversold and Underused book uses of computers in by: In his influential book Oversold and Underused: Computers in the Classroom, Larry Cuban () observed that teachers used computers in the classroom only occasionally in unimaginative ways -when Author: Larry Cuban.

students do not have a "tech-heavy" experience; most teachers and even occasional computer users are Oversold & Underused is well worth the read: it is both compelling and thought provoking. Cuban sounds a clarion call to critically examine how computers are currently used in instruction.

As we Review of the book "Oversold and Underused Cited by: 2. Oversold Underused After reading this book, I learned that we should think critically about the role of technology in our school.

In "Oversold and Underused," one of the most respected voices in American education argues that when teachers are not given a say in how the technology might reshape schools, computers are merely souped-up typewriters and classrooms continue to run much as they did a generation ago.

the book is written for undergraduate and graduate. In Larry Cuban published his book ‘Oversold and Underused - Computers in the Classroom’ in which he addresses the effect that the adoption of computer technology has had on education. Larry concludes that based on his research, the evidence is stacked against the belief that technology will revolutionise education.

In Oversold and Underused, one of the most respected voices in American education argues that when teachers are not given a say in how the technology might reshape schools, computers are merely souped-up typewriters and classrooms continue to run much as they did a generation ago/5(73).

In Oversold and Underused, one of the most respected voices in American education argues that when teachers are not given a say in how the technology might reshape schools, computers are merely souped-up typewriters and classrooms continue to run much as they did a generation ago.

In his studies of early childhood, high school, and university /5(9). In "Oversold and Underused", Larry Cuban argues that when teachers are not given a say in how the technology might reshape schools, computers are merely souped-up typewriters and classrooms continue to run much as they did a generation ago.

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In Oversold and Underused, one of many revered voices in American education argues that when teachers aren’t given a say in how the technology might reshape schools, pc methods are merely souped-up typewriters and lecture rooms proceed. presentation at the American Education Research Association Conference: Computer Use by Teachers: Are Cuban’s Predictions Correct.

Sheekey () edited a book that elicited responses from educational technology programs that were succeeding entitled How to Ensure Ed/Tech is not Oversold and Underused. Underused technology in the classroom 1.

Technology in the classroom: Underused and misused 2. Theme • Often, when new technologies are brought into a classroom, they are either misused or underused. • Teachers need to shape the way students experience new technologies to create learning environments 3.

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In his studies of early childhood, high school, and university. BOOK REVIEWS Oversold and Underused: Computers in the Classroom, by Larry Cuban, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, Reviewed by: Heidi Schweizer, Carrianne Hayslett, and Robert Lowe, Marquette University REBOOTING THE PROMISE OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM Reform has become as much a hallmark of American education as tests and.

This is not the first technology Cuban has studied that failed to deliver the goods promised by vendors and cheerleaders. He has traced the failures of earlier efforts such as instructional TV. This historical perspective is a particular strength of Oversold and Underused.

In Oversold and Underused, one of the most respected voices in American education argues that when teachers are not given a say in how the technology might reshape schools, computers are merely souped-up typewriters and classrooms continue to run much as they did a generation ago.

In his studies of early childhood, high school, and university Brand: Harvard. honored that three2 of the nine authors How to Ensure EdTech Is Not Oversold and Underused, edited by Arthur Sheekey, are Tennessee public school teachers hard at work helping fellow teachers learn to integrate technology into their practice.

After studying the essays in this book, Larry Cuban wrote in his Foreword. But just how much of this is true. in Oversold and Underused, one of the most respected voices in American education argues that when teachers are not trained to use new technology, or given a chance to develop creative uses for it in schools, Cited by: Oversold and Underused: Computers in the Classroom.

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Much of the book is devoted to Cuban's study of schools in Silicon Valley, where he found that fewer than ten percent of teachers used their classroom computers even once a week. Even when computers are used, they are not used creatively or for advanced applications.

Not surprisingly, they're not doing much to boost pupil achievement. The link above is to my interview with Larry Cuban, Emeritus Professor of Education at Stanford University, and the author of the book “Oversold and Underused: Computers in the Classroom.” (This interview could not be “skypecast” because of some problem at Skype at the time.).

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Robert H. Tai Educational Background Ed. Science Education Harvard University Graduate School of Education Dissertation: Experience, Gender, and Performance: Connecting High School Physics Experience and Gender Differences to Introductory College Physics Size: KB.

Oversold and Underused Book Description: Impelled by a demand for increasing American strength in the new global economy, many educators, public officials, business leaders, and parents argue that school computers and Internet access will improve academic learning and prepare students for an information-based workplace.

Oversold and Underused This children's book tells the fanciful story of the first computer mouse—an Australian one, at that! Technology in Its Place. An excellent book joins the chorus of thinkers asking for meaning and purpose rather than technology for its own sake. John F. LeBaron and Catherine Collier, Editors.

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