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Leveraging Technology for K-12 Learning

LEVERAGING TECHNOLOGY FOR K-12 LEARNING Percentage of students who said virtual education had a positive impact on the following factors: GRADES 9-12 STUDENTS GRADES 6-8 Scheduling 61% 44% Control of learning 60% 45% Work at own pace 57% 43% College credit 50% 44% Review class material 45% 39% Easier to succeed |36% 41% Get extra help |36% 47% Ask more questions 35% 43% More motivated |31% 42% Share ideas 25% 33% PARENTS Percentage of parents who are likely to buy a mobile device for their child to use at school: GRADES 9-12 School Responsibility GRADES 6-8 GRADES K-5 12% 13% 14% Likely 70% 69% Unlikely 63% 8% 10% 11% Unsure 7% 8% 10% Percentage of parents who identify specific factors or technologies as important features that they can use to help their children succeed in school: 74% Access to curriculum materials and online textbooks to use at home 62% Updated daily on child's homework assignments, projects, and upcoming tests 53% Updated daily on child's grades and progress in school 51% 42% Special alerts when child is missing assignments, has low grades, or is failing a class Updates from teacher about class activities and topics studied 32% 22% Tools to facilitate collaboration and Videos and podcasts of lectures from teacher communication between child, teacher, and parent TEACHERS STUDENTS Percentage of high school teachers and students who place a high value on the following media-literacy skills: 74% 55% Ability to identify information sources for research 64% 55% Ability to prepare written/verbal research reports 40% 29% Ability to produce digital- media reports 48% 51% Know how to analyze and interpret media stories 54% 46% Know how to detect bias in resources 69% Understand how to evaluate the authenticity of 47% resources SOURCE: Project Tomorrow EDUCATION WEEK > İSTOCK-Bortonia

Leveraging Technology for K-12 Learning

shared by edweek on May 15
Speak Up, a national initiative of Project Tomorrow, an education nonprofit organization working to raise the profile of student voices in education, surveyed 294,399 students, 35,525 teachers, 42,26...


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