The State of Technology in Education survey is now open

Promethean is excited to announce that the State of Technology in Education survey is returning for its second consecutive year in Australia!

As part of a global initiative aiming to understand what’s really happening with technology in schools, the State of Technology in Education survey seeks to map out key trends in edtech usage whilst identifying opportunities for progress. By benchmarking against last year’s findings, we can begin to monitor long term trends in real time.

In recent months, the role of technology in education has come to the fore as schools have adopted blended learning methods to enable teachers to effectively support their students, no matter how the learning environment is set up.

That’s why it’s more important than ever to be able to track any changes in learning, lesson delivery and school strategies, and the State of Technology in Education survey gives you the opportunity to let your opinions and experiences be heard.

Ultimately, the insights provided by the State of Technology in Education survey will help to shape the future of edtech in Australia and lead to positive outcomes for students and teachers alike.

Spare just a few minutes to share your thoughts, opinions and experiences on edtech and you could be in with a chance of winning $100 in shopping vouchers! Terms and conditions apply.

What educators are saying

“[Education technology] will allow us to develop more hands-on and engaging lessons where students can be in control of their own learning.”
Classroom Teacher
“Teachers will have to invest a lot more time to master the skills, knowledge and competencies in order to keep up.”
Deputy Principal
“Far too much money is being squandered on technology that is complex, unreliable and under-utilised.”
Educator