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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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Textbooks 2010 paper digital uses in lower secondary schools tns sofres savoir livre survey

Textbooks 2010: paper & digital

uses in lower secondary schools

(TNS Sofres/Savoir Livre survey)

May 2010


Methodology

Methodology

  • On-line survey to 750 teachers (1st & 4th grades of lower secondary schools) using - even occasionnally - digital textbooks.

  • Survey performed between april 15th and may 13th 2010

  • Sample profile

* Total above 100% (teachers declaring several topics)

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Access to computers and other school equipments

Access to computers and other school equipments

Which computer are you using?

  • 96% teachers use a computer in the classroom: 58% have access to a computer lent by the school, but 1 out of 2 shares equipments with other teachers and/or pupils.

  • Pupils get access to computers in the ICT room (81%) or in the school library (29%).

  • 55% teachers are teaching in Digital learning Environment equiped schools.

  • The main tool in the classroom is the videoprojector: more than 9 teachers out of 10 use it. 4 teachers out of 10 use interactive whiteboards:60% out of them use them at least once a week.

Do you use these equipments? At which frequency?

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Digital textbooks are very recent tools

Digital textbooks are very recent tools

For how long have you been teaching with digital textbooks?

  • 8 teachers out of 10 have started teaching with a digital textbook in september 2009.

  • Over 3 teachers out of 10 use the digital textbook at each lesson.3 out of 10 use it very occasionnally.

Maths : 73%

Hist-Geo : 92%

What is the frequency of your projecting digital textbook in class?

Rich digital textbook: 44%

Simple digital textbook: 26%

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Teachers feel rather comfortable with either type of digital textbook

Very comfortable

Rather comfortable

Not at ease

Teachers feel rather comfortable with either type of digital textbook

Which digital textbook do you use (rich or simple?)

  • A majority of teachers uses simple digital textbook, although it depends on topics: most history & geography teachers use rich digital textbooks.

  • More than 8 teachers out of 10 feel comfortable with digital textbooks use.

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.

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However teachers encounter some difficulties

However, teachers encounter some difficulties…

  • …technical, mostly

Difficulties encountered when using - or trying to use - a digital textbook

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Digital textbooks getting pupils attention motivation and providing teachers legal tranquility

Digital textbooks: getting pupils’ attention & motivation and providing teachers «legal » tranquility

  • 95% teachers declare pupils enjoy digital textbooks.

  • Benefits of digital textbooks vs other DLRs

  • Benefits of digital textbooks vs print

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Digital and or print complementary uses

Digital and/or print: complementary uses

  • Digital textbooks main uses are for studying maps, pictures, diagrams and performing collective exercises in the classroom, although without leaving printed behind. Reading, evaluation and individual exercises remain widely on the print side.

Medium used for each activity

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The digital versions enhance textbooks added value

The digital versions enhance textbooks added value

  • Digital textbook best at getting pupils’ attention, enhancing participation.

Which textbook is best at …

  • Near 90% teachers are satisfied with both media complementarity.

Is complementarity between digital and printed textbooks satisfactory?

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Towards a dynamic coexistence between digital and printed textbooks

Towards a dynamic coexistence between digital and printed textbooks

Evolution of digital and printed textbooks within 3 to 5 years

  • Very few teachers think that digital textbooks will substitute print ones in the coming years. They foresee coexistence between the 2 media, although with growing differences.

  • Very few teachers wish for the extinction of print (1 out of 10).

8 teachers out of 10 trusteducational publishers to create and adapt digital learning resources compliant with national curriculum.

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