2012 K-12 Technology Tools & Trends This research on the expanding use of technology tools in U.S. schools provides crucial business intelligence on the market. The tools discussed in the report are interactive whiteboards, projectors, document cameras, desktop computers, laptop/netbook computers, tablet computers/iPads, ereaders, MP3 players/iPods, smartphones and student response systems/clickers. For this report, Simba Information partnered with the education market research firm MCH Strategic Data on an Internet survey to gather information on how schools currently use technology tools and their future plans to implement them. The results of the survey are bolstered by in-depth interviews, case studies and the insight of Simba Information analysts to examine the current impact technology on curriculum and instruction, as well as what educators envision for the future. Explore Comprehensive list of Tables & Figures available in the report K-12 Technology Report Details: Published: March 2012 No. of Pages: 111 Price: Single User License – US$3250
What technology tools are being deployed in the classroom; How much time is spent using technology tools during the school day; Where the digital curriculum being used with technology tools comes from; What factors influence purchasing decisions of tools and curriculum; Funding environment and primary sources for technology spending in schools; Technology initiatives that offer students 24/7 access; Technology initiatives that allow students to bring their own devices to school.
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Chapter 1: Introduction and Definitions Introduction Definitions Interactive Whiteboards Projectors Document Cameras Desktop Computers Laptop, Notebook and Netbook Computers Tablet Computers Ereaders Chapter 2: Use of Technology Tools Introduction Prevalence of Digital Devices in the Classroom Impact of Technology on Student Achievement Time Spent with Digital Devices During the School Day Technology Device Usage by Subject Area Providing 24/7 Access to School Technology Tools Allowing Students to Bring Their Own Technology Tools Digital Content for Use with Technology Tools Functions and Capabilities of Technology Tools Plans to Purchase Technology Tools Funding Sources and Financial Considerations Where Technology Tools Purchasing Decisions are Made Chapter 3: Evolution of Technology Tool Use Introduction Use of Technology, 2009 versus 2012 Impact on Student Achievement, 2009 versus 2012 Purchase Intent, 2009 versus 2012 Funding Concerns, 2009 versus 2012 Browse all IT and Telecommunication Reports @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/market-research/information-technology/ Contact: Priyank Tiwari 7557 Rambler road, Suite 727, Dallas, TX 75231
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Published on Mar 28, 2012