EDUCATION

Technology In Schools: Who Does It Best, China Or The U.S.? (INFOGRAPHIC)

TO GO WITH US-vote-China,FOCUS by Sebastien Blanc Chinese children wave their national flag together with the US flags as the
TO GO WITH US-vote-China,FOCUS by Sebastien Blanc Chinese children wave their national flag together with the US flags as they attend the one-day golf challenge between Tiger Woods of the US and Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland in Zhengzhou, in central China's Henan province on October 29, 2012. The world's two biggest economies choose their next leaders in early November, an accident of timing that puts China's opaque communist state and America's riotous democracy in stark contrast. AFP PHOTO/GOH CHAI HIN (Photo credit should read GOH CHAI HIN/AFP/Getty Images)

More teachers in the U.S. are embracing "flipped classrooms" and are bringing to schools digital tablets and laptop computers to create the 21st century classroom -- but how does the U.S. compare in effective use of technology in education to other countries?

A new survey from Dell took a look at education technology in the U.S. and in China, and found that the U.S. can learn a thing or two from our foreign educators and students.

Among the findings:
  • China is more likely to integrate technology into all curriculum areas.
  • Chinese students spend more time using technology in school than American students.
  • Chinese students say their teachers are more tech savvy than they are.

For more, take a look at the infographic below, courtesy of Brain Tack.

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