Monday, August 4, 2014

Speak Up featured on eSchoolNews

Once again, Speak Up was featured on eSchoolNews in an article that discusses the top ways digital tools transform learning, which uses data from Speak Up 2013 and Julie Evans's recent webinar with edWeb.net. Check out some of the data below:
Teachers who self-assessed their use of digital tools as “advanced” (28 percent of respondents) use a variety of digital tools and approaches, including: 
  • Internet to research information about a lesson (90 percent)
  • Watching online videos to learn (74 percent)
  • Text with colleagues (67 percent)
  • Customize digital content for class use (56 percent)
  • Participate in online professional learning communities (55 percent)
Interested in learning more about how digital tools can change learning? Check out Laura DeVaney's article, "The top ways digital tools transform learning," and access our Speak Up 2013 report.


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