Technology and Assessment Study Collaborative
inTASC is a
not-for-profit research group
that works collaboratively
with schools, educational institutions, and businesses on research and development
related to
technology and assessment.

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Time to Know (T2K) NYC ProgramNYC Public Schools & Time
To Know partner with
inTASC to examine a new
1:1 computer-based
teaching & learning
platform across
a diverse sample of
elementary schools.
The Berkshire Wireless Learning Initiative (BWLI) BWLI evaluates a one-to-
one- approach of using laptops and wireless
         communication to
         transform teaching
         and learning.
Laptops for Learning (L4L) Boston Public Schools and Appple Computer partner with inTASC to examine teachers' adoption and use of computer-based technologies across Boston Public Schools 145 schools.
eLearning for Educators (EfE) EfE's goal is to establish an effective model of online professional development that will help address state-wide teacher quality needs and have an impact on student achievement.

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e-Learning for Educators Effects of On-Line Professional Development on Teachers and their Students:
Findings from Four Randomized Trials

Laura M. O’Dwyer, Jessica Masters, Sheralyn Dash, Raquel Magidin De Kramer, Andrea Humez, & Michael Russell

Released June 2010, 87 pages


The Journal of Technology, Learning and Assessment (JTLA) is a scholarly, peer-reviewed on-line journal that provides an interdisciplinary forum where initiatives that combine technology, learning theory, and assessment are shared.

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