Smarter technology and edtech resources are helping students become independent learners and problem solvers, according to new research. In fact, many of today’s students first turn to technology for answers to their questions, and they aren’t depending on their parents for homework help as often as in past generations.
The research from Lenovo surveyed more than 15,000 people across the globe. Overall, 75 percent say their children are more likely to look something up online than to ask them for help with schoolwork.
It also offers interesting insight on how different countries view edtech resources and technology in general.
India (89 percent) and China (85 percent) both have the highest rate of parents reporting their children turn to edtech resources for homework help. Those two countries have also seen a rise in parents using technology to assist with their kids’ learning in recent years.
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