Webinar: Planning for Speak Up 2013

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Friday, November 15, 2013
8:00AM PT / 11:00 AM ET
Interested in participating in this year’s Speak Up surveys but want to learn more about it? Now’s your chance! Join Julie Evans CEO, Project Tomorrow for a 45 minute webinar next Friday to learn about key Speak Up findings from last year – and how your school or district can participate in Speak Up this year. Topics to be covered include:

  • What are some realities about ed tech in our schools today – from the perspective of students, parents, teachers & administrators?
  • Do we have a shared vision for digital learning?
  • Background Information on Speak Up and benefits of participation
  • How can your district participate in Speak Up 2013

Sound interesting? Register to attend this special webinar at Register here  or contact Jenny Hostert at jhostert@tomorrow.org or (949) 609-4660 ext. 17.

Speak Up provides a quick and easy way for your students, parents, teachers, librarians, administrators and community members to have a voice in local, state and national discussions about emerging technologies in education.  Since 2003, over 3 million education stakeholders from over 30,000 schools have participated in Speak Up.  Be part of this year’s Speak Up movement!  Join Julie Evans CEO, Project Tomorrow for a 45 minute webinar this Friday to learn about key Speak Up findings from last year – and how your school or district can participate in Speak Up this year.

Project Tomorrow is a national education nonprofit organization dedicated to improving science, math and technology education in our schools. Learn more about Project Tomorrow and Speak Up @ www.tomorrow.org/speakup.

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