Teachers Want More Professional Development on Digital Tools

August 02, 2017 • Zach DiSchiano

A new report from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt surveyed teachers and administrators from all 50 states on a variety of topics, including classroom technology, professional development, and more.

Listed below are some interesting takeaways from the survey:

  • 98 percent of educators use digital tools at work
  • 48 percent of educators want classroom coaching to integrate technology effectively
  • 86 percent of educators spend personal money on professional development
  • 32 percent of teachers reported a lack of professional development in digital tools was of great concern to them
  • Facebook is the most popular social media tool used by educators to communicate with their students' families

To download the full report, visit the HMH Website.

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