There’s still somewhat of a debate going on out there about using education technology: How much? What kind? When to use it? When NOT to use it? The handy infographic below showcases some of the feelings out there on digital resources, e-textbooks, web tools, and the like – from teachers! We know that most students love their technology, but how do teachers feel? You know, the people who are actually trying to put it to use in the classroom? Keep reading to learn more!
Thoughts On Education Technology-Enhanced Learning
- Only 7% of teachers disagree with the idea that digital resources help their students achieve more.
- The majority of respondents feel that traditional textbooks don’t engage their students in learning (54% – but there was quite a spread there – check the graphic for more details).
- The vast majority of teachers (95%) agree or strongly agree that digital resources engage their students in learning.
- 69% of teachers feel that traditional textbooks help their students’ academic achievement.
- 91% of teachers feel that non-textbook classroom reading materials help their students academic achievement.
- 92% of teachers feel that non-textbook classroom reading materials engage their students in learning.