Quorum Report - Improving learning through digital technology
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Quorum Report - Improving learning through digital technology

New research reveals that 74% of secondary school parents* think that digital learning provided by teachers and the government needs to be improved. In particular, the biggest issues raised were that teachers didn’t make it exciting for 1 in 3 (33%) students, while 1 in 4 (23%) couldn’t hear their teacher or classmates properly.

Understandably, schools were not prepared for online learning following the pandemic, however, the good news is that new technology is enabling teachers to engage students better online. With the global crisis changing the way we work and study, digital learning could become the future of learning.

To help look at the topic of digital vs classroom learning, and also look at a retrospective of 2021 and trends for the future of education - 10 experts from all over the UK share their thoughts and learnings.

*Source - a survey commissioned by Tutorful in August 2021 amount 1,000 parents of children aged 11-18 old in the UK.

None of the organisations who have contributed to this guide have done so on a paid basis or as an endorsement of this site. Our shared aim is to disseminate best practice and spread knowledge to parents, students and educators.

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