Another item from yesterday’s inbox…
Speak Up News
Thank you for your continued support of Project Tomorrow and Speak Up! We are happy to announce that the Speak Up 2012 surveys for students, parents and educators will be open for input October 3rd through December 14th! With Speak Up 2012 just around the corner and it’s not too early to start making plans to take the survey. This e-newsletter includes:
Join with educators from across the country that use the Speak Up Surveys to identify how their students, teachers, administrators and parents want to use technology for learning, communications and collaboration. Get a jump start on Speak Up participation by registering your school or district today!
To assist with the registration process we are offering to help save you some time by registering your district or school for you. All you have to do is click here to send us an email with your registration request. Please include the name of your district or school, state and any new contact information that needs to be updated. We will then send you a follow up email with a PDF of your school list and passwords to confirm that your district/school has been registered.
Check out our website for additional information and updated Promotional Material for Speak Up 2012.
Just Released! New Speak Up Reports
Project Tomorrow and Blackboard K-12
Speak Up 2011-2007 National Data
Learning in the 21st Century: A 5 Year Retrospective on the Growth in Online Learning highlights the latest Speak Up data in addition to a special five year retrospective analysis of the Speak Up data to better understand the evolution of values and attitudes on online learning and to interpret the impact of that evolution on future programs, policies and plans. Click here to download the report from the Blackboard, Inc. website.
Project Tomorrow and Schoolwires, Inc.
Speak Up 2011 National Data
This year, Project Tomorrow has partnered with Schoolwires, Inc. to create a special white paper on the role of tech-enabled social learning within K-12 education. Increasingly, innovative schools and districts are tapping into the power of social learning tools to create more engaged learning environments for students, share school information effectively and efficiently, and increase teacher productivity. In this white paper we examine the Speak Up 2011 survey data collected from over 416,000 K-12 students, parents and educators to explore how social learning is being used by these education stakeholders and to better understand the value proposition for incorporating such tools into the classroom. To download a PDF copy of the report please click here.
Personalizing the Classroom Experience – K-12 Teachers, Librarians and Administrators Connects the Dots with Digital Learning
2012 Congressional Briefing
Speak Up 2011 National Data for Teachers, Librarians and Administrators
Personalizing the Classroom Experience – Teachers, Librarians and Administrators Connects the Dots with Digital Learning is the second in a two part series to document the key national findings from Speak Up 2011. This report focuses on how today’s educators are personalizing the learning process for students. The ways that educators are personalizing learning centers around their own experiences with online learning, socially-based media and digital content – much like the students in their own classrooms are already doing! Please visit our website to download a copy of the report, presentation and accompanying infographic.
For additional Speak Up Reports, please visit our website at:
Speak Up On the Go! Recent Presentations by Julie Evans
- Speaking Up about Online Learning: Listening to the Student, Parent and Teacher Point of View
June 27, 2012
- Tech-Enabled Social Learning Environments An Executive Briefing
Schoolwires and Project Tomorrow
June 26, 2012
- Mobile Devices + Social Media = Engaged and Empowered Learners
June 26, 2012
- Learning in the 21st Century: A 5 Year Retrospective on the Growth in Online Learning
June 26, 2012
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