PBS Survey Released on Teacher Media & Technology Use

The eighth annual PBS teacher survey gives us a peek at how teachers just like you are using media and technology in their classrooms.  The data, collected by Grunwald Associates LLC in 2010, revealed these insights:Kids on Computers

  • The Internet is quickly becoming the source for media-based instruction, with streaming and downloading of content surging.
  • Teachers believe that a variety of technology devices and Web-based systems help them do their jobs better and help them to engage students in learning.
  • Teachers see great potential in smart, portable devices, including laptops, tablets, e-readers and handhelds.
  • Teachers are joining online professional communities to connect, collaborate and share resources with other teachers.

To download the full report, click here.

We would love to hear your thoughts on this; does this survey reflect how you feel about media and technology?  Is your school budget one of your biggest challenges?  Is streaming video still too unpredictable to use in the classroom?  We’re eager to hear what you have to say!

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