PBS survey shows increase in digital-media use in classroom lessons

01/6/2010 | eSchool News (free registration)

A PBS survey shows that classrooms using digital technology among K-12 educators is at 76%, up from 69% in 2008. The survey also showed that while teachers prefer using pre-screened DVDs in the classroom, 72% use content downloaded or streamed from the Internet as a way to integrate short segments of electronic content into their lessons. The report looked at responses from preschool educators for the first time, revealing that 33% are frequent or regular users of digital resources.

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