SOURCE: “Barriers to Creativity in Education: Educators and Parents Grade the System,” an international study conducted by Adobe.
A national survey of parents ofchildren ages 2-10 by The JoanGanz Cooney Center finds thatmore than half of parents believethat learning from mobile devicesfalls short compared to otherplatforms.
Nine in ten of today’s elementary, middle and high school students believe that mobile devices will change the way students learn in the future (92 percent) and make learning more fun (90 percent), according to a new study conducted by Harris Interactive and released today by Pearson.
In advance of Bett, Europe’s largest exhibition for technology in education, Adobe today announced the forthcoming release of updated Android applications optimized for select Chromebooks
Overall, students in grades 3-12 think rather highly of their science teachers.
A Georgia state-wide data analysis has revealed that students who used Classworks during the 2011-2012 school year saw more growth on CRCT results than their peers.