How 2020 Shifted Perceptions of Technology in the Classroom
An Exclusive Report EdMarketers Will Want to See
Hear directly from K-12 teachers about how they’ve been adapting to remote instruction and how they used technology to keep students engaged and moving forward.
In addition to key takeaways from the findings and everything you want to know about teachers’ attitudes on classroom technology and learning management systems, this report also looks ahead to ponder four areas of long-lasting impact:
- Funding – How much closer are schools to 1:1 instruction now?
- Connectivity – How have districts solved students’ immediate needs for Internet access at home?
- Professional Development – Has technological proficiency become a requirement for K-12 teachers?
- Student Engagement – How did EdTech perform under these conditions?
If you’re an Ed marketer, you’ll get needed guidance on what the new normal classroom will look like, and how technology is going to make an impact.
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