Confidence in using tech rises, but in the post-pandemic classroom, teachers are concerned about student emotional well-being

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Confidence in using tech rises, but in the post-pandemic classroom, teachers are concerned about student emotional well-being


Seventy-seven percent of classroom teachers believe technology will help them be more effective in the post-pandemic classroom, but just 38 percent of educators report a positive view of teaching profession, according to a new survey.





Teacher optimism has fallen to pre-pandemic levels, according to new research out today from learning technology company Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH). In its 2021 Educator Confidence

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