Survey: Teachers expand use of digital tools

07/30/2014 | eSchool News (free registration)

Teachers increasingly are using digital tools in new and exciting ways to help students learn, according to a recent survey by Project Tomorrow. The survey revealed that teachers are using the Internet to research information for lessons, texting with colleagues and watching online videos. The survey also showed a dramatic rise in the use of gaming in the classroom.

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