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A 2004 NCREL meta-analysis of 116 effect sizes from 14 web-delivered K-12 distance-education programs between 1999 and 2004 found "no significant difference in performance between students who participated in online programs and those who were taught in face-to-face classrooms ...
Adapted from a step-by-step guide to professional development (Hassel, 1999), published by The North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL) for U.S.
The North Central Regional Educational Laboratory's Digital-Age Literacy initiative (NCREL, 2004) lists "technological literacy" as one of the eight vital literacies that students must possess to thrive in the 21st century.
NCREL monograph: A synthesis of scholarship in multicultural education: Naperville, IL: North Central Regional Education Laboratory.
Many leaders in technology have emerged over the last several years, particularly organizations that have created technology standards and publications for teachers and students (International Society for Technology in Education [ISTE], 1998a, 1998b), conducted research related to technology and learning (North Central Regional Education Laboratory [NCREL], 1997; Texas Center for Educational Technology [TECT], 2003), considered technology infusion issues (State Educational Technology Directors Association [SETDA], 2003), and provided access to instruments for evaluating technology use and attitudes (ISTE; NCREL; SETDA; South Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium [SCRTEC], 2004).
Educational Technology News is a biannual newsletter published by the Center for Technology at the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL).
The NCREL (1999) described how student is placed and tracked as at-risk in the school system: Students are placed at-risk when they experience a significant mismatch between their circumstances and needs and the capacity or willingness of the school to accept, accommodate, and respond to them in a manner that supports and enables their maximum social, emotional, and intellectual growth and development.
Ann Kinder, "Connecting Classroom Lessons to Real-Life Learning," NCREL's Learning Point, vol.
Through an extensive review of print and online sources, the North Central Regional Education Laboratory (NCREL)--an educational research non-profit serving seven Midwestern states--found that programs outside the classroom also are increasing children's opportunities to learn with and about technology.
htm This page on the Web site of the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL) provides a brief introduction to visual literacy, and a bibliography of texts and Web resources. Action Research from North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL).