Findings from a robust two-year study were released highlighting that with effective professional development, interactive classroom technologies can significantly impact student achievement. Read more about the findings here. Here is a quick summary of the research pulled from the press release:
More than 5,000 students and 170 teachers from a broad range of schools and districts contributed to the study. For the second year in a row, the research found that student achievement is higher (16 percentile points) when teachers use interactive instructional tools. Conducted by Dr. Robert Marzano, a former English teacher with almost 30 years of education research experience, this multi-year study is both mathematically sound and statistically robust.