Assessment data hard to get, hard to use, say K-12 teachers
July 27, 2017
A new study finds teachers can't easily access and interpret assessment data despite advanced adoption of AMS technology.
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A new generation of learning applications and lower cost devices in classrooms have made digital learning increasingly accessible for more and more students.
With 88 percent of U.S. school districts equipped with
broadband connections and Chromebook’s share of the U.S
education market at
58 percent in 2017, students are better
positioned than ever before to take advantage of digital
But these digital gateways also bring a host of challenges for teachers, school administrators and IT directors:
What if teachers could give their students a learning environment that looks the same and operates the same for every student, regardless of what devices they’re using? Better yet, what if that environment could be a simple, turnkey service?
That’s the genius behind the next wave of desktop virtualization, known as Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS).
In a new Tech Brief report from Amazon Web Services and Intel, educators can learn how DaaS uses the power of cloud computing and the convenience of on-demand, pay-as-you-go services to benefit K-12 schools.
And learn how to get started at your school.
This article was produced by Scoop News Group for, and sponsored by, Amazon Web Services and Intel, and distributed via EdScoop.com.