Most school leaders make decisions about technology without ever asking students what they want. But the 2012 Speak Up survey released on Tuesday, June 4, gives more than 300,000 K-12 students a voice in education technology.
This 10th annual survey from the nonprofit Project Tomorrow has three significant findings, said Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow.
- One device for every task doesn’t cut it
- Students have access to personal technology and want to use it
- The percentage of students without home Internet access hasn’t changed
- The disconnect between students and schools
Read the entire article by Tanya Roscorla posted on the Center for Digital Education website at www.centerdigitaled.com/news/Students-Speak-Up-About-Technology-2013.html
Read more about Project Tomorrow and Net Day Speak up at www.tomorrow.org/