Digital Lessons? Public Opinions on the Use of Digital Technologies in Australian Schools.
Conducted by Professor Neil Selwyn, this study is one of the first accounts of national public opinion towards digital education.
Australian classrooms are becoming increasingly digitised.
While the public is largely supportive, this trend has given rise to a number of issues and high-profile concerns. These include cyberbullying, phone bans and parental pushback on compulsory app use and device purchases.
Based on a nationwide survey of 2052 adults, the key findings of this study are as follows:
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