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Where Teachers’ Tech Skills Fall Short–and How Education Companies and Their Products Can Help

Tuesday August 23, 2022 2:00 PM EDT

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New EdWeek Market Brief research shows that many teachers entering the profession say they do not have the skills needed to use technology effectively, or innovatively.

Learn from leading teacher college officials and teachers on what supports new educators need the most and discuss how products can be designed in ways that promote ease-of-use for teachers while driving student engagement and creative classroom approaches.

You’ll gain insights into:

  • Survey data collected from teachers on where their tech skills fall short
  • Practical advice for companies on product features that can enable teachers’ ease of use
  • Guidance on how to support teachers who may need additional tech support

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Speakers:

Michelle Caffrey
Michelle Caffrey

Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

Jennie Chiu

Associate Professor of Education, University of Virginia School of Education and Human Development

Brent Maddin
Brent Maddin

Executive Director, Next Education Workforce Initiative; Interim Co-Director, Division of Teacher Preparation, Arizona State University Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

Moderator:

Emma Kate Fittes
Emma Kate Fittes

Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief

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Learn from leading teacher college officials and teachers on what supports new educators need the most and discuss how products can be designed in ways that promote ease-of-use for teachers while driving student engagement and creative classroom approaches.

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Duration

1 Hour

Speakers

Emma Kate Fittes, Michelle Caffrey

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