Since 2007, Blackboard and Project Tomorrow have collaborated to create annual reports that focus on the year-to-year trends in the use of digital learning tools to change the classroom learning paradigm. These trend reports are based on an in-depth analysis of the latest Speak Up1 data findings and our latest report examines the trends from our analysis of the Speak Up data collected in fall 2016.

Before diving into the report, have some fun and test your digital learning trends knowledge. How do your insights match up against the study’s findings? There’s only one way to find out! Test your knowledge to discover if you’re a myth buster master or if you need a refresher when it comes to digital learning trends.


Knowledge quiz: Digital learning trends
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Do you know what your teachers need to build their capacity and competency to create new learning experiences for students?

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The Speak Up Research Project for Digital Learning is a national research project in which K-12 students, parents, and educators are asked about the role of technology in learning, both in and out of school. Last year, 514,351 students, parents, educators and members of the community representing over 6,300 schools nationwide participated in Speak Up.

 

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