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Digital technology trends in education

Posted on 18 Oct 2012 with 0 comments
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The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) in the US produces an annual report of the trends and efforts of school districts to use digital technologies. The ninth report released in 2012 called National Educational Technology Trends: 2012: State Leadership Empowers Educators, Transforms Teaching and Learning is a rich analysis of trends with a compendium of successes. The SETDA annual report stands out as a very useful and reliable national report that has no peer in other OECD countries.


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