How do you effectively use tech tools to facilitate learning & engagement within your district?

Need a last minute classroom activity before Thanksgiving break? Take the #SpeakUpsurvey! Lesson plans available @ http://ow.ly/UMjki

Share your perspective in the Speak Up 2015 survey, and help paint a picture of what’s really required to effectively use technology tools to facilitate learning and engagement within your district.

The New Hampshire Department of Education is encouraging all schools and districts to participate in the annual Speak Up Research Project, which provides participating schools, districts and non-profit organizations with a suite of online surveys and reports to collect authentic feedback from stakeholders on important education issues.

The survey should only take about 15 minutes to complete, and will focus on your professional experiences as a district or community leader.  Surveys are different for each stakeholder group, so please let your voice be heard.  Students, Parents, Educators, Community, all are important and all are encouraged to SpeakUp!

Take the survey today and add your ideas to our state data results!

Register your district and promote it in your schools.

The survey results, will remain confidential, and a summary of the findings will be shared with national and state policy makers. Additionally by getting your district involved, you too will receive free online access to your participant data. This valuable benchmarking resource will be made available to you in February 2016 and will include the national and state data for comparison.

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