The classroom learning environment has evolved to meet the needs of tomorrow by providing students with access to technology and online resources that support instruction today. For example, two-thirds of teachers now report regularly using digital games to support classroom instruction and in 80 percent of classrooms, students regularly use mobile devices to access online tools and resources for schoolwork. Our students and teachers are on the frontlines of new modalities for teaching and learning. So, what do they say are the benefits of using online resources in the classroom? And how is this increased access to a world of educational content impacting student learning and teacher effectiveness? In this webinar, we will review new research on the views of students and teachers about using digital resources in the classroom and examine what is needed to support new models of learning in 2020 and beyond with an expert panel of education leaders.
Molly Nellman, coordinator of 21st century learning, Centinela Valley Union High School District, Calif.
Daniel Prouty, director of instructional technology, Santee School District, Calif.
Lauren Woolley, technology coordinator, Shelby County Schools, Ala.
Julie A. Evans, chief executive officer, Project Tomorrow
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