We know there are a lot of teachers out there using technology in their classrooms. We also know there are a lot of teachers who aren’t – whether they can’t due to financial constraints or just flat out don’t want to (or some combination thereof). We interact with a ton of teachers on social media who are super stoked about technology, and that makes us happy. But we do know that the folks we get to interact with via Edudemic aren’t necessarily a great representative sample of the entire teacher population, so we know we’re not getting quite the whole story. Luckily for us, there are lots of groups out there (big ones, like Pew Research and Gallup, etc) that do some polling with teachers to find out how they’re really feeling about technology integration and what they’re actually doing in their classrooms – and they don’t just get the folks who are out there talking about tech on their own time. They make lots of nifty graphics to display the data so that we can all chew on the information (like this one, or this one, or this one). Today, we have one more. The handy infographic below draws on information from the Pew Internet and American Life survey and addresses teacher’s attitudes on technology in the classroom. Take a look and tell us what you think – do the findings match up with the teachers you know from your school or other professional connections? Tell us why or why not by leaving a comment below, mentioning @Edudemic on Twitter or leaving your thoughts on our Facebook page.