Ed-tech leaders must make important policy decisions based on the best available data about technology use in schools. This special Digital Directions data section examines the growth of online coursetaking among middle and high school students, how often teachers use computers in their classrooms and in other locations in their schools, and the views of teachers and students about the importance of media-literacy skills.
Higher percentages of middle and high school students are taking online-only courses than ever before.
Teacher Time on Tech
Percentage distribution of teachers reporting frequency of computer usage during instruction in the classroom and in other locations in the school.
High school teachers and their students differ on the relative importance of developing information and media-literacy skills.
Vol. 04, Issue 03, Page 46Published in Print: June 15, 2011, as Tech-Trend Update
- Intermediate Level Principal
- Goshen Community Schools, Goshen, Indiana
- Superintendent of Schools
- Sheridan County School District 2, Sheridan, Wyoming
- Communications Officer
- Hamilton County Department of Education, Chattanooga, Tennessee
- Superintendent, Lyons Township High School District 204
- Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates, La Grange, Illinois
- Electronics Research Lab Director
- Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Alexandria, Virginia