How Teachers Ranked The Hottest Educational Trends


hottest educational trends infographicThe article is in reference to this wonderful infographic by EdTechTimes.

We enquired more than 100 European and North American teachers to rate their concern in today’s Educational Technology Trends. With the advent of menco.io, you will be able to find out these edtech trends further and converse on how they are going to transform the traditions of learning around the world. The Menco Platform provides a resource and society that permits users to find out and get in touch with self-motivated learning goals in a communal and interactive atmosphere.

The top 10 Educational Trends and how teachers rank educational trends that have been represented in an edtech infographic based on edtech data and statistics are being discussed here:

1. Web Based Tools for Educational Purposes – 69.7% Teachers showed very interest, while 21.2% expressed interest and 8.1% showed somewhat interest. 1.0% Teachers proved that they might be interested in it.

2. Online Educational Resources – 68.6% Teachers showed very interest, while 24.5% demonstrated interest and 5.9% showed somewhat interest. 1.0% Teachers also showed that they might be interested.

3. Digital Literacy – 65.3% Teachers showed exceedingly interest, while 21.8% expressed interest and 7.9% showed a bit interest. 4.0% Teachers proved that they might be interested and 1.0% did not show interest at all.

4. Personal Learning Networks (PLN) – 56.0% Teachers proved to demonstrate very interest, while 25.0% expressed interest and 15.0% showed somewhat interest. 3.0% Teachers also demonstrated to be might be interested and 1.0% did not show interest at all.

5. Blended Learning – 54.6% Teachers showed very interest, while 33.0% expressed interest and 9.3% showed somewhat interest. 2.1% Teachers proved that they might be interested and 1.0% did not show any interest.

6. Social Media in Education – 44.0% Teachers showed very interest, while 32.0% expressed interest and 20.0% showed fairly interest. 2.0% Teachers proved that they might be interested and 2.0% did not show interest at all.

7. E-Moderation – 42.6% Teachers showed extremely interest, while 35.6% expressed interest and 13.9% showed rather interest. 6.9% Teachers proved that they might be interested and 1.0% did not show any sort of interest.

8. Mobile Learning – 42.0% Teachers showed very interest, while 30.0% expressed interest and 19.0% showed a bit interest. 7.0% Teachers proved that they might be interested and 2.0% did not show interest at all.

9. Digital Games in Education – 28.7% Teachers showed very interest, while 33.7% expressed interest and 23.8% showed interest to some extent. 9.9% Teachers proved that they might be interested and 4.0% showed no interest at all.

10. Interactive Whiteboards – 27.7% Teachers showed extremely interest, while 15.8% expressed interest and 27.7% showed comparatively interest. 12.9% Teachers proved that they might be interested and 15.8% did not show interest at all.
The expression of teacher interests in edtech was shown by 42.9% males and 57.1% females. These teachers represented 31.4% from Teachers of K12, 32.4% from Corporate Training and 66.7% from Higher Education.

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