Study: Teachers need more training to use technology in the classroom

06/25/2013 | Education Week

A recent survey of teachers in Idaho found that most do not need to be convinced of the benefits of education technology, but they do need greater training and access, say researchers Loredana and Eric Werth, who presented the their findings at the International Society for Technology in Education's 2013 conference. The pair also found that, in some cases, teachers are using the same techniques they used when they first started in the classroom -- creating the potential for a digital divide among teachers and students.

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