CHILD [Computers Helping Instruction and Learning Development] students have higher test scores and better discipline than their counterparts in traditional self-contained classrooms... The Project CHILD student had better test scores in reading, language arts, and mathematics than did their counterparts in traditional classrooms... positive effects increased over time... by the third year, effect sizes at the nine sites...showed 15 positive effects and zero negative effects across all subject and grades... The CHILD students had higher grade point averages higher standardized test scores had more enrollments in advanced mathematics classes.
|Finding||Significant Difference - Better Results with Technology|
|Links to Article||http://www.thejournal.com/magazine/vault/A2882.cfm|