Teachers' lessons from the pandemic will last, survey says
COVID-19 forced lasting changes in how teachers teach, according to a poll by Khan Academy, which found that more than three-quarters of teachers plan to update the way they work in the classroom.
Details: More than two-thirds of the 1,000 teachers surveyed by YouGov for Khan Academy — a nonprofit that offers online education — said they intend to blend new tools picked up during the pandemic with their previous teaching practices.
- 58% said they're more confident trying out new ideas to engage students.
- 56% are more confident about collaborating with their colleagues.
- 52% are more confident in communicating with families.
- 50% are more confident using technology to engage students.