Survey: Michigan Teachers Mixed Over Technology Use

02/26/2002 | Detroit Free Press

A Michigan Virtual University survey finds most teachers are able to use the Internet to plan lessons by getting information online, communicating through e-mail and holding discussion groups with other teachers. But only one in nine teachers are using advanced technologies, including presentation software, spreadsheets and digital imaging, in their lessons. The survey, part of Gov. John Engler's initiative to increase the use of technology in lesson planning, reached 90% of the state's teachers, making it the largest such survey in the U.S.

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