Do you have any actual data on technology tools that result in direct, measurable student achievement gains.
I am looking for research that shows definitive, no doubt about it, evidence of the connection between technology and increased student outcomes.
I would like information (quantitative and qualitative) about repeatable and validated strategies for increasing student achievement.
Case studies, best practices, project plans, training profiles...anything that relies on solid instructional design would be helpful.
The data should be clean and rigorous, suitable for convincing skeptics that the money for training, equipment and infrastructure is returning student achievement gains.