In this new DigiEverything age, what, exactly, are teachers having their students do online? http://pewrsr.ch/13rr3Cb

In this new DigiEverything age, what, exactly, are teachers having their students do online? http://pewrsr.ch/13rr3Cb

"92% of AP and NWP teachers surveyed describe writing assignments as ‘essential’ to the formal learning process, and ‘writing effectively’ tops their list of skills students need to be successful in life."

— Our new study looks at teachers, writing and technology. Explore it here. (via pewresearch)

(via poynterinstitute)

The skills that teachers think students need for the future …
(http://pewrsr.ch/1bFTx34)

The skills that teachers think students need for the future …

(http://pewrsr.ch/1bFTx34)

"There tends to be a perception that students willfully copy and paste intellectual property out of laziness and disregard. But teachers emphasized to us that more often than not, it’s genuine lack of understanding."

The Washington Post on our new report on how digital tools are affecting student writing (http://pewrsr.ch/13g8t4f)

Yes. Student writing in the digital age allows for more collaboration, creativity, and expression.

But — digital tools also allow for more shortcuts, and let informal writing creep in.

This, plus much more, in our newest report on how digital tools are affecting student writing and how it is being taught in schools. http://pewrsr.ch/13g8t4f