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In October 2012, School Improvement Network surveyed educators from across the nation to find out the use and effects of technology in classrooms. 6,929 educators from all 50 states shared how ...

In October 2012, School Improvement Network surveyed educators from across the nation to find out the use and effects of technology in classrooms. 6,929 educators from all 50 states shared how technology is being used in their classroom and how it’s affecting students. Among the findings, 48% of educators say they allow students to bring and use technology devices in their classroom, and 80% of educators believe technology in the classroom increases student performance. One in 3 educators email students as part of their learning platform, and of those, 75% say it affects their homework return rate.

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"Technology in the Classroom" Survey Results "Technology in the Classroom" Survey Results Presentation Transcript

  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK October 2012 SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETW ORK October 2012 TECHNOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM
  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK Methodology & Demographics • Survey was sent to educators across the nation • 6,929 educators responded – 76% teachers – 7% administrators Professional Position Administrator Teacher Other 7% 76% 17% October 2012
  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK October 2012 Key Findings • The states with the highest number of educators who allow students to use their own technology devices in the classroom were Iowa, Idaho, and Minnesota • 48% of educators allow students to use their own technology in the classroom, and 80% say doing so increases student performance • More than 1 in 3 educators email students as part of their learning platform – 3 in 4 of educators who email students say that it affects their homework return rate • 11% of educators text students as part of their learning platform
  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK October 2012 SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETW ORK SURVEY RESULTS
  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK October 2012 SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETW ORK STUDENTS USING THEIR OWN DEVICES IN CLASS
  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK October 2012 48% of teachers allow students to bring and use their own devices in the classroom. “Do you allow students to bring and use their own devices in the classroom?” Top 3 States (Iowa, Idaho, and Minnesota) that allow students to use their own devices in class. (n:116) 100% 100% 52% 70% 48% 30% 0% No 0% No Yes Yes
  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK October 2012 The majority of educators who both allow and do not allow technology in the classroom say there is a correlation between increased student performance and use of technology in the classroom. Educators who allow technology in their classroom: Is there a correlation between increased performance and technology in the classroom? (n: 3268) 100% 83% Educators who do not allow technology in their classroom: Is there a correlation between increased performance and technology in the classroom? (n: 3419) 100% 76% 24% 17% 0% No Yes 0% No Yes
  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK October 2012 Educators reported the most commonly used devices in the classroom were laptops/netbooks. Which of the following devices do you allow students to bring and use? Mark all that apply 40% 35% 30% 20% 15% 0% Laptop/Netbook Tablet Cell Phone Other Mobile Devices
  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK October 2012 Both educators who allow technology in the classroom and educators who do not allow it say using technology in the classroom increases student attendance. “Do you feel that using technology in the classroom has increased your students' attendance?” 100% 56% Educator perceptions about the impact of technology in the classroom on student attendance among educators who do and do not allow technology in the classroom. 61% Allow students to use technology 39% 44% 52% Do not allow students to use technology 0% No Yes 48% 0% Increases student attendance Does not increase student attendance 100%
  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK October 2012 SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETW ORK CONTACTING STUDENTS
  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK October 2012 More than 1 in 3 educators email students as part of their learning platform. These educators say that doing so increases student performance. “Do you email students as part of your learning platform?” Educators who email students: Is there a correlation between increased student performance and accessing students through email? (n:2586) 100% 62% 100% 76% 38% 24% 0% No 0% No Yes Yes
  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK October 2012 3 in 4 educators who email students say that it affects their homework return rate. Educators who email students: Does emailing students affect their homework return rate? (n:2588) 100% 77% 23% 0% No Yes
  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK October 2012 1 in 10 teachers text students as part of their learning platform. 22% of educators who email students also text them as part of their learning platform. “Do you text students as part of your learning platform?” 100% Educators who email students: Do you also text your students? (n: 2593) 89% 100% 78% 22% 11% 0% No Yes 0% No Yes
  • SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT NETWORK October 2012