The State of Technology in Education Report 2017/18

This research by TeachingAbroadDirect.co.uk shows that over 50% of teachers believe technology in education is hindering student’s interpersonal skills.

The report found that 63% of teachers think technology has hindered the interpersonal skills (collaboration, listening, manners etc) of pupils the most. Thereafter, 58% of teachers feel technology in the classroom has deterred the emotional intelligence of pupils (the ability to understand and manage their own emotions, as well as others). Communication is the third soft skills which teachers consider to have been significantly hindered by technology in the classroom at 41%. 

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