What the US can learn from China about education technology

01/28/2013 | Huffington Post, The

Students in China are more likely than US students to report that their teachers are more technology-savvy than they are and that students spend more time using technology in school, according to a recent survey by Dell. The survey also finds that schools in China are more likely to use technology for training, in student collaboration and across the curriculum, while US schools are focused more on research and special assignments.

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