Poll: Classroom technology to be a key issue in 2013

01/18/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

In this blog post, SmartBrief on EdTech Editor Katharine Haber shares the results of a recent poll in which readers predicted developments in education technology in 2013. The most significant issue this year is expected to be technology in the classroom, according to 33.88% of respondents. A majority also said teachers use technology tools as part of classroom lessons, and 40% of readers said applications and games have been most effective in engaging students.

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