A new survey of teachers and instructors at the high school and post-secondary levels has found that students who excel in the use of information and communications technology (ICT) are driving change in classroom instruction.

Dubbed "Power Users," this "emerging group of youth distinguished by their self-directed, long-term, extensive experiences with technology" influence what and how teachers teach, have positively affected the way instructors learn about and use technology, and are generally helpful toward their classmates, the survey said.

The study was carried out by Certiport Inc., a

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