Report of OECD
Model examination and comparison of the digital proficiency of students and their counterparts crosswise the world is provided by the report of OECD. As per the report, in the course of technology getting harmful or useful, there lies a very fine difference.
The performance of the students having regular access to use of computers at school tends to be somewhat better than those students who barely have any access to computers. But as per the report, moderate use of computers tends to greatly improve the performance of the students compared to that performed by the students making excessive of computers.
The data obtained from an exam taken across the globe ranging from US to China and Spain by the 15-year olds under the “Programme for International Student Assessment” (PISA) has been used by OECD in order to arrive at this evaluation.
No significant development has been shown in the achievements of the students concerning with their performance in science, mathematics or reading in the PISA results even after heavy investment in information and communication technology (ICT) in schools by the countries and this fact has been proved by the report.