A study by Walden University found that the more that K–12 teachers use technology, the more they recognize and value its strong positive effects on student learning and engagement and its connection to 21st century skills. This report is addressed to teachers, school administrators, higher education institutions and policymakers at the local, state and national levels. The report includes insights from school administrators and teachers and excerpts from extensive interviews with educational experts.
Walden University (2010). The Educators, technology and 21st century skills: Dispelling five myths – A study on the connection between K–12 technology use and 21st century skills. Bethesda, MD: Grunwald Associates LLC. http://grunwald.com/pdfs/Educators_Technology_21stCentury-Skills_GRUNWALD-WALDEN_Report.pdf