Saturday, 15 September 2012

Report: Schools not Meeting Students' Technology Needs -- THE Journal

Report: Schools not Meeting Students' Technology Needs -- THE Journal:

 "A new survey commissioned by Dell suggests that schools are not meeting students' technology needs and that China is ahead of the United States and Germany when it comes to using technology in learning.
Comprising interviews with nearly 1,600 students, teachers, and parents, the survey was designed to gauge opinions in the United States, China, and Germany.
Eighty-two percent of teachers who responded said that "technology allows them to create a more personalized learning experience," while 63 percent of U.S. teachers told interviewers their students "know how to use technology better than they do," according to information released by Dell."


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