We talk about how the U.S. uses education technology. Like, all the time. But what about the other international programs out there? For example, China? How do schools in the two different countries leverage education technology? Who uses it for research more? Which country spends the most amount of time using edtech?
A new survey from Dell indicates there are quite a few things the U.S. can learn from China when it comes to meeting students’ technology needs. According to the findings:
- China is more likely to integrate technology into all curriculum,
- Chinese students spend more time using technology in school, and
- Chinese teachers are more technologically savvy according to students
The below infographic from the fine folks at Brain Track have assembled an array of useful information in the always-fun infographic format. Enjoy!