Digital Content Has the Power to Flip the Classroom [#Infographic]

Students express great interest in using more digital content in the classroom, according to CDW•G survey.

For centuries, the lecture has stood as the primary, preferred means of presenting information to students. But the proliferation of technology both inside and outside the classroom in recent years has forever altered ­students’ expectations about what, where and how they learn.

CDW•G’s spring 2012 survey of 1,015 high school and college students, faculty and IT professionals confirms that students want less lecture, more direct interaction and more technology in class. Here’s a look at how schools are using digital content, tablets and telepresence to flip their classrooms.

Flip the classroom

Oct 29 2012

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