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K-12 Technology Usage

K-12 TECHNOLOGY USAGE STUDENT MOBILE TRENDS 86% 34% OF TEENAGERS REPORT that they OF TEENAGERS OWN a tablet computer are likely to purchase a smartphone for their next device I',ll.ll.l. Il.ll.II HTTTATT.I.I. IILILIIIIIIJ| ITT.TTLLLIT IILIILIIJLIJI. llellell.ll.ll.ll.ll.l.ll SOURCE: Piper Jaffray 23rd semiannual “Taking Stock With Teens" IT SERVICES 37% K-12 INFORMATION- TECHNOLOGY SPENDING 2011-12 SOFTWARE 13 18 HARDWARE (DESKTOP OR ENTERPRISE) 15 17 SOURCE: Center for Digital Education's "2011-2012 Digital School Districts Survey" SCHOOLS RATE HOW THEY ARE USING DIGITAL TOOLS LOWEST HIGHEST The Software and Information Industry Association, a trade association for the software and digital content industry, surveyed more than 1,600 teachers and administrators in K-12 schools to determine how well their schools are using digital technologies for student learning, professional development, administrative tasks, and other priorities. Respondents rated usage from lowest (1) to highest (4). The percentages of school officials who said their schools performed well or poorly in various categories are listed below. Security tools are used to protect 2 11 34 53 students' data and privacy High-speed broadband access is available for robust communication, 2 9 administrative, and instructional needs 53 36 High-speed broadband access enables instructional uses that include collaborative 11 60 21 learning, video-based communication, and other multimedia-rich interactions An institution website/portal provides the education community with access to 5 applications, resources, and collaboration tools 28 47 20 Information systems provide data on students and their achievement that support instructional 5 decisions by educators and administrators 34 45 17 Institution leaders use technology tools for 12 37 37 14 planning, budgeting, and decisionmaking Ubiquitous, reliable access to resources and services is available through a multitude 7 of mobile devices and access points 42 38 13 Educators have access to the level of technology resources, training, and support common to other professionals 7 37 45 11 Information systems track performance and institutional data for educational 45 36 10 accountability and decisionmaking Robust enterprise applications and systems are in place to support institutional management and business activities 11 52 28 Electronic supplemental instructional resources and/or online tutoring are accessible to all students 21 52 20 Students have access to coursework and 15 55 22 technology-based curriculum Educational content is delivered flexibly in digital formats, media, and platforms 57 27 Interactive, adaptive, multimedia courseware and simulations are used in teaching and learning 17 49 28 Access to online professional-development resources, courses, and peer collaborative communities is provided 20 53 22 Courseware and/or learning-management systems are used to differentiate instruction 21 57 17 Technology-based assessments measure a full range of 21st-century skills and knowledge 25 52 20 Computer-based or online assessments are used to inform instruction 12 3 15 70 Online courses ensure all students have access to high-quality instruction, no matter their location or schedule 10 3 47 40 Personal e-portfolios travel with students to demonstrate a wide range of skills and knowledge 69 24 Note: Numbers may not add up to 100 because of rounding. SOURCE: The Software and Information Industry Association, "Vision K-20 Survey" SCHOOL DISTRICT TECH TRENDS 100 65% Have a digital- content 76% Have a The Center for Digital Education's "2011-2012 classroom technology Estandard 67% Have data dashboards in place strategy Digital School Districts Survey," conducted in partnership with the National School Boards Association, revealed that districts are adopting new technologies in different ways. Key findings from the survey include: 28 Are in the process of implementing 18 Are in the process of 12 Are in the process of implementing implementing 2012 97% Allow educators to use Web 2.0 tools like blogs Have one or more 939 online classes and wikis with approved for credit their students A 5% increase 84% Utilize video- conferencing to offer virtual field trips to students A 15% increase from 2011 from 2011 75% Maintain presence on one or more social- networking EA 13% increase from 2011 sites A 43% increase from 2011 SOURCE: Center for Digital Education, “2011-2012 Digital School Districts Survey" EDUCATION WEEK NETWORK & TELECOM SOFTWARE (CURRICULUM)

K-12 Technology Usage

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Schools are leveraging digital technologies to enhance student learning, improve professional development, and streamline administrative tasks. This infographic covers trends and developments in the u...


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