AAPS educators talk technology

By Tara Cavanaugh

An anonymous survey was conducted in January 2012 to learn what teachers, media specialists and principals think of the current technology available in the district.

Here are highlights of the results.

More information on the survey: The survey was distributed to a group of educational staff who have taken the technology trainings offered by the district. Of those participants, 19 percent teach grades K-3, 14 percent teach grades 4-5,  21 percent teach middle school, 24 percent teach high school, four) 10 percent are media specialists, 5 percent are principals, none are district personnel and 7 percent chose “other.” 

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