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ISED and STEM Market Impact LLC Release Survey On Mobile Technology K-12
K-12 distirct leaders are focused on adopting mobile technology for thier schools.
District leaders looking to iPads and digital textbooks.
By Chrissy Winske

The Institute of Educational Systems Design, Inc. and STEM Market Impact LLC have released the National Survey on Mobile Technology for k-12 Education.

The report is a survey of district technology and media leaders that addresses questions about mobile technology in the classroom.  The report covers the following topics:
• The level of adoption of mobile devices to date in the next 1-2 years.
• The benefits sought and expected from the use of mobile devices in student instruction.
• What apps are on the minds of district technology and media leaders?
• Who is responsible for choosing and adopting apps for education?
• The use of iTunes Education Volume Purchasing.
• The expected price points for essential and supplemental apps.
• Hurdles to adopting mobile technology in k-12 education.

The report surveyed 214 qualified educators and contains more than 80 detailed suggestions for education app development opportunities. It is available for purchase under a small company license for (1-20 readers) for $399 or for a large company site license (20 or more readers) for $975.
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About the author

Chrissy Winske - Site Editor
Chrissy Winske is the K-12 editor for TechDecisions Media. She is also a contributing writer for Commercial Integrator, TechDecisions' sister publication. Chrissy joined the TD family in 2012 and has covered AV and IT trends, mobile learning, safety and security and the digital classroom.


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