Speak Up 2012 National Findings
June 4, 2013
In Fall 2012, over 464,000 K-12 students, parents, teachers and administrators participated in the online Speak Up survey. Attend the Congressional Briefing to gain insight from students and educators about the role of technology for learning in and out of school.
This is the second of two Congressional Briefings on the Speak Up 2012 data findings. To request a copy of the Educator and parent report that will be released on April 19th, please click here.
Attend the briefing to learn about the unfiltered views of over 364,000 students on these timely topics:
- What are the expectations of K-12 students for digital learning?
- How does that student vision compare with teachers’ & administrators’ reality?
- How well are today’s K-12 schools meeting the expectations of students?
- What is the student demand for mobile learning and why is it important to them?
- What strategies should we think about to encourage our next generation of STEM career professionals?
- Designing the ultimate school for today’s learners: what are the digital “must-haves” for increasing student achievement
The June 4th briefing will include a presentation of the national findings and a moderated panel discussion with students and educators. This year’s national report on the findings will be distributed to all attendees.
|Speak Up 2012 National Findings from K-12 Students|
|Julie Evans, CEO-Project Tomorrow A panel of students and educators|
|WHEN:||Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Lunch will be provided
|WHERE:||Capitol Visitor Center
House Visitor Center
Want a sneak peek of the data?! Check out:
Do you know? Ten Things Everyone Should Know about K-12 Students’ Views on Digital Learning
For past Speak Up reports, please visit our reports page at: http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/speakup_reports.html
For more information about Speak Up and this event, please contact:
Jenny Hostert, Project Tomorrow