Digital learning is on the rise and here to stay. How do we know? Because the data doesn’t lie.

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Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow

Join Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow, on September 14th for an insider’s look at the data from the 2014 Annual Speak Up National Research Project. Key findings demonstrate the importance and impact of digital learning on student success through the eyes of over 521,000 educational leaders, teachers, and students.

We can hardly wait to hear about all the trends, data, and outcomes and we bet you’re just as excited. So here are some data teasers to hold you over until Julie takes the (virtual) stage.

Student Stats

  • 64% of students are more engaged in learning when technology is used within the classroom.
  • The amount of middle school students who believe technology impacts their career and college readiness has doubled in the past 8 years.

Teacher Trends

  • In the past 6 years the percentage of teachers modifying or customizing digital content for their classroom has increased by 16%.
  • Online curriculum, online textbooks, and games top the charts for the most used digital content by both blended and traditional teachers.

Administrator Insight

  • 75% of principals who have implemented blended learning in their schools have found an increase in student engagement in learning.
  • 68% of administrators would like to see new hire teachers have the ability to create and use video, podcasts, and other media within the classroom.

Sign up for this digital learning trends webinar today so you can begin fueling your innovative schools and classrooms with research backed confidence. Interested in diving into the data before joining us on the 14th? Read up on key Speak Up Survey findings in our Digital Learning Report.

This webinar is part of our fall K-12 Blackboard Innovative Teaching Series (BITS). The series provides professional development for educators on topics spanning from flipped learning to classroom best practices and industry trends.


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