Classroom technology has changed the face of teaching in recent years. Teachers can now track and measure student progress with real-time data. Social media has become a valuable tool for educators in instruction. Video and other digital resources help keep students engaged.
Last year, HMH—in collaboration with YouGov, a global public opinion and data company—published its 4th Annual Educator Confidence Report (ECR), surveying more than 1,200 participants who represent a diverse national sample of educators. In part, the survey examined their attitudes toward the usage of technology—how they feel it benefits their career and student learning as well as the challenges of implementing educational technology in schools.
In the graphic below, you can explore areas of teacher optimism and concern regarding edtech and discover the digital tools teachers use most frequently based on ECR data.
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