Textbooks 2010: paper & digital uses in lower secondary schools (TNS Sofres/Savoir Livre survey) May 2010. Methodology. On-line survey to 750 teachers (1st & 4th grades of lower secondary schools) using - even occasionnally - digital textbooks.
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uses in lower secondary schools
(TNS Sofres/Savoir Livre survey)
* Total above 100% (teachers declaring several topics)
Which computer are you using?
Do you use these equipments? At which frequency?
For how long have you been teaching with digital textbooks?
Maths : 73%
Hist-Geo : 92%
What is the frequency of your projecting digital textbook in class?
Rich digital textbook: 44%
Simple digital textbook: 26%
Not at easeTeachers feel rather comfortable with either type of digital textbook
Which digital textbook do you use (rich or simple?)
Maths : 24%
Hist-Geo : 51%
Maths : 70%
Hist-Geo : 39%
Feeling comfortable with digital textbooks in the classroom?
Teachers who experienced, both simple and rich digital textbooks are more at ease.
Difficulties encountered when using - or trying to use - a digital textbook
Medium used for each activity
Which textbook is best at …
Is complementarity between digital and printed textbooks satisfactory?
Evolution of digital and printed textbooks within 3 to 5 years
8 teachers out of 10 trusteducational publishers to create and adapt digital learning resources compliant with national curriculum.