UK survey: Teachers choose technology over textbooks

A recent U.K. survey finds that nearly 70% of teachers believe that classroom technology is more important to teaching and student learning than the use of textbooks, and about 30% of teachers believe textbooks will eventually disappear from classrooms. The joint survey by the e-Learning Foundation and the Times Educational Supplement also finds that teachers assume that students have access to the Internet at home, which may leave those without such access at a disadvantage.

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