Speak Up 2018-19 | Make Your Voice Heard
Are you “Speaking Up” about digital learning this year? If not, you are missing a unique opportunity to have your views—as well as the views of Enid Public Schools educators, students, their parents and the local community—included in the increasingly important U.S. national and state discussions on digital learning policies, programs, and funding.
We encourage you to participate in the Project Tomorrow online research project Speak Up. The Speak Up National Research Project annually collects and reports on the authentic, unfiltered views of K–12 students, parents, and educators about critical digital age education and technology issues. The survey questions reflect many pertinent education topics impacting the K-12 community today—such as the use of tablets within learning, digital games, online classes, social media, and Internet safety. Since 2003, more than 5.4 million K–12 education stakeholders have shared their ideas about ed tech through the Speak Up online surveys. And we need your ideas too.
The online survey is open to students, educators, parents, and members of the community now through January 31, 2019. The great thing is there is no cost to participate; no limit on the number of surveys that can be submitted; and all data collected is 100% confidential. Plus, we will get back all of our school data results which we plan to use for grant writing, our ed tech plan, budget, professional development, community engagement, and more!
To “Speak Up,” simply visit http://speakup.tomorrow.org/ to take the survey.
If you would like to review the survey questions before going to the survey you will find them here: https://tomorrow.org/speakup/speakup_questions.html and chose the survey that you will be taking.