10 Major Technology Trends in Education

We have a first look at the results from the latest Speak Up survey, which polled hundreds of thousands of teachers, students, administrators, parents and community members about technology trends in education.

  • By Chris Riedel
  • 02/03/14

According to the latest data, video for homework is on the rise; mobile computing is “beyond the tipping point”; and most kids don’t use traditional computers to connect to the Internet at home. Those are just three of the major trends revealed in the 2013 Speak Up Survey from Project Tomorrow, which CEO Julie Evans revealed at the FETC 2014 conference last week.

The 2013 results represent more than 400,000 surveys from 9,000 schools and 2,700 districts across the country. Respondents included 325,279 students, 32,151 teachers and librarians, 39,986 parents, 4,530 district administrators and, new to this year’s survey, 1,346 community members.
Read more at http://thejournal.com/Articles/2014/02/03/10-Major-Technology-Trends-in-Education.aspx?Page=1#PP5O1HjxVA3tPLYf.99

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About Liam Dunphy
I am the Learning Leader for TAS at NBCS. I teach Stage 6 IPT & SDD, Stage 5 IST, Stage 4 Technology. I lead a team that is changing pedagogy to provide student-based personalised learning opportunities in innovative learning spaces.

One Response to 10 Major Technology Trends in Education

  1. Liam Dunphy says:

    Reblogged this on Liam J Dunphy and commented:

    My IPT students reviewed the top ten trends in Education Technology from 2013 and used 3 votes to rate the most important trends from their perspective. The results can be viewed in the poll at the end of the blog post. #edTech

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