[NHDOE-ETNews] Register your District to Participate in SpeakUp New Hampshire!
Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Thu Oct 22 11:52:27 EDT 2015
Today on the ETNews Listserv
ITEM: Register your District to Participate in SpeakUp New Hampshire!
The national SpeakUp survey opened on October 1 and will remain open through December 18. More information on SpeakUp is available at NHEON.org, on our NH page at http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/NewHampshire.html
The purpose of the survey is to learn what K-12 students, educators, and parents have to say about educational uses of technology in your schools and home!
The NH Office of Educational Technology encourages your district to participate in Speak Up New Hampshire! So far SpeakUp, a national annual survey, that has had over 36,000 surveys already taken.
If you have not yet registered your district<http://goo.gl/kjapf7> to participate, please do so, and get your folks taking the surveys. Remember registered districts will get their individual data back from SpeakUp . The data is useful for school boards, community members, and administrators, as they plan for the future of learning in your schools. This is your chance to bring your voice to the conversation.
Surveys are available for;
Educators/Administrators/Community Members/Business Partners:
Community Members and Business Partners* New
While you can take the surveys independent of your district, registering the district will get you a district code and your data will be returned back to you. Use it as a schoolwide project today!
Get even more ET News on the ET News blog<http://nhoetnews.wordpress.com/>.
ET News is a service of the Office of Educational Technology
NH Department of Education 101 Pleasant Street Concord, NH 03301
For more information, contact
603.271.5132 Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov<mailto:sfreeda at ed.state.nh.us> www.education.nh.gov/instruction/ed_tech/<http://www.education.nh.gov/instruction/ed_tech/index.htm> www.opennh.org<http://www.opennh.org/> www.nheon.org<http://www.nheon.org/>
"The need to know the capital of Florida died when my phone learned the answer." ~ Anthony Chivetta, high school student in Missouri
The contents of this message are confidential. Any unauthorized disclosure, reproduction, use or dissemination (either whole or in part) is prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately and delete the message and any attachments from your system.
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the NHDOE-ETNews