Teaching with Tech: the role of education unions in shaping the future

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Teaching with Tech: the role of education unions in shaping the future

Regionally, the breakdown is as follows: Africa

24%

Asia-Pacific

26%

Europe

76% 74% 38%

Latin America

62%

45%

North America & the Caribbean

55% 57%

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Figure 48. Regional breakdown of whether unions are offering courses/workshops on the governance of digital technologies (global aggregate)

Q41: What should be EI’s priority areas with regards to digital technologies (please rank the top four): This question asked respondents to rank the top four priority areas for EI’s work on digital technologies of the following options: a. Commercialisation/privatisation in education b. Educators’ well-being c. Enhancing the quality of teaching and learning d. Governance and policy dialogue e. Inclusion/equity f. Intellectual property and copyright g. Professional autonomy/academic freedom h. Protecting labour rights i. Student wellbeing j. Teachers and ESP’s professional development/training The graph below shows the global, aggregated weighted average response ranked by order of priority: The top 4 priorities are: 1 Enhancing the quality of teaching and learning 2 Educators’ well-being

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