How Technology Transforms Learning and Teaching


How Technology Transforms Learning and Teaching Infographic
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How Technology Transforms Learning and Teaching Infographic shows how ed tech is revolutionizing learning and instruction!

Technology transforms learning

  • More than 50% of students in grades 6-12 go online for homework help at least once a week
  • 41% of students would like to take a virtual class to learn at their own pace
  • Students who study on mobile devices study 40 minutes more per week than those who don’t
  • Students in blended reading classrooms exceed growth expectations by 50%
  • Today’s students use mobile devices for:
    – Anytime research 60%
    – Educational games 43%
    – Collaboration with peers 40%
    – School-related alerts 33%

Technology transforms teaching

  • 91% of administrators say effective use of edtech is critical to their mission of high student achievement
  • 6 in 10 school principals have implemented some form of blended learning
  • 89% of teachers agree technology improves student outcomes
  • 73% say technology allows them to respond to a variety of learning styles
  • 87% say it helps students collaborate – a key requirement of the Common Core
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