Interactive Technology Unlocks Creativity

A new poll of 1000 teachers by YouGov for Virgin Media Business has found that more than one third believe interactive technology unlocks creativity.

A quarter said they thought smartphone and tablet use for learning purposes could boost exam results.

Slightly more than a quarter of the teachers surveyed already allow their pupils to use their smartphones or tables in class.

“Generation Tech reveals how technology and digital learning is proving an ever-more important part of our education system,” said Peter Kelly, managing director of Virgin Media Business.

“Not only does tech support teachers and improves their ability to teach, but it also unlocks pupils’ creativity and ultimately improves grades.”

The full article can be read at Teacher Poll Finds Digital Learning Can Boost Exam Results.

The results of the Virgin Media/YouGov poll can be found at

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