The Current State Of Technology In The Classroom [Infographic]

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The current state of technology in the classroom is somewhere between its infancy and bold experimentation.

For every 1:1 tablet program or BYOD-pioneering district, there is a teacher in a poor urban district struggling to get her “smart” board thinking again, or another in a rural district dancing a little dance for his new document camera.

The infographic below illustrates this point by offering statistics on what how many teachers are using what, and how they feel about it all. One interesting stat? 65% of teachers say technology let’s them demonstrate things they could not show any other way. That one makes sense, though I’d think it might be closer to 100%.

The Current State Of Technology In The Classroom

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Infographic source onlineuniversities.com

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    Great read! With the changes in technology and the use of it in the classroom, many teachers are struggling to keep up with them. Here at American College of Education we offer teachers a Certificate in Digital Learning and Teaching which prepares teachers with the knowledge of emerging technological trends and how to teach students using technology. Read more about this program here: http://www.ace.edu/academics/certificates/digital-learning-and-teaching