ICT Supported Learning Rises Math Achievement in Low Socio Economic Status Schools

@inproceedings{Araya2015ICTSL,
  title={ICT Supported Learning Rises Math Achievement in Low Socio Economic Status Schools},
  author={Roberto Araya and Ra{\'u}l Gormaz and Manuel Bahamondez and Carlos Aguirre and Patricio Calfucura and Paulina Jaure and Camilo Laborda},
  booktitle={EC-TEL},
  year={2015}
}
Sustained improvement in student achievement on national standardized tests for low socio economic status (SES) districts is critical for reducing gaps in educational inequality. We report the results of 3 years of implementation of an ICT web-based learning environment in all 11 public schools of a low SES urban district in Chile. This includes 43 fourth grade classes and 1,355 students. This is a Computer Aided Instruction program that promotes whole class collaborative learning with peer… CONTINUE READING

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