Teachers, admins acknowledge ed-tech’s crucial role
Ed-tech remains critical to K-12 education, especially when it comes to student success and engagement. A survey of public school teachers and administrators sheds light on why and how ed-tech implementation isn’t reaching its full potential.
Ed-tech increases student engagement in learning, and 96 percent of surveyed teachers agree with this. When students are engaged in their learning, they learn more naturally and willingly, meaning that lessons have a real impact.
Ninety-five percent of teachers said ed-tech enables personalized learning, and numerous studies show that not only is personalization the best way to approach teaching and learning, but it’s what students ask for time and time again.
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