Survey: Teachers increasingly use technology in lessons

06/19/2011 | T.H.E. Journal

Almost all teachers who participated in an annual survey conducted by PBS and Grunwald Associates report using some type of technology in the classroom. Grunwald Associates President Peter Grunwald and PBS' senior vice president for education, Robert M. Lippincott, write that the survey shows more teachers are using classroom technology, with 62% reporting they use digital media more than twice a week for lessons. The survey also shows teachers increasingly value the technology for instructional use.

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