Survey: Teachers favor interactive whiteboards, e-readers

02/3/2011 | eSchool News (free registration)

When it comes to classroom technology, teachers favor interactive whiteboards, tablet-style e-reader devices and laptops, according to a national survey on teachers' digital media use conducted by PBS and Grunwald Associates. About 62% of teachers said they frequently use digital media in the classroom, though much of what they use is free or paid for out-of-pocket. More than three-quarters of teachers also said they are using streaming video in class, up from 55% in 2007.

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