Don’t miss the latest research from Logitech on how the right edtech can impact student engagement and classroom outcomes. More than 1,000 educators and school + district administrators were surveyed about current edtech setups and challenges. One in four educators reported that their students experience head, neck, wrist, and/or hand pain or fatigue while using edtech, and ergonomic issues are a sizable concern in K–12 schools, especially when it comes to student engagement. Yet, only 5% of school and district administrators report giving ergonomics consideration when purchasing edtech hardware.
Read more about how student engagement, focus, and stamina can improve when physical comfort with technology is considered ... and learn what happens when it isn't. For both educators and students, the difference is dramatic! This is a must-read for all who manage and interact with edtech hardware.
Each month we publish newsletters full of digital learning, funding, professional growth, social media, and STEM resources. Below are items from our blogs and newsletters that educators turned to the most in February.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is hosting a virtual conference,June 26–28, 2023, where educators can access materials, hear directly from Holocaust survivors, and connect with other teachers.
With the widespread integration of interactive technologies and persistent noise pollution, students and teachers are in distracting and often uncomfortable environments to learn and teach. In a recent survey by Logitech and Education Week, 74% of teachers agreed that students’ level of physical comfort while using educational technology impacts their level of engagement in learning “some” or “a lot.” Research shows that when educators are equipped with the right tools, student engagement and learning outcomes can increase. Join Logitech, edWeb, and CoSN to learn practical and creative edtech strategies and actionable tips to overcome today’s classroom challenges.