How Do Teachers Feel About In-Class Tech Use?

Times are changing, and amidst the peak of the digital generation, the education system has realized if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. Today, more than 9 in 10 educators are interested in the ways technology can improve their teaching style, and 89% are interested in VR/AR/360 video use. Furthermore, 98% of educators believe video will play an important role in the personalization of education. Proving their theories correct, education institutions have reported that in-class video use increases student achievements by 82% and student satisfaction by 91%. What does the modern classroom look like?

Today, most students learn new content outside of class by watching lecture videos and using technology. This learning style is referred to as a Flipped Focus. This way, students are able to apply their at-home learning when in-class, also having the opportunity to discuss any unclarities with material.

Of course, the new learning still isn’t perfect and presents drawbacks. To learn more about the future of classrooms and how teachers feel about in-class tech use, continue reading below.


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