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Speak Up 2012 National Findings:Educators and ParentsSpeak Up Congressional BriefingWashington DCApril 19, 2013
WelcomeJulie EvansChief Executive OfficerProjectTomorrow(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
Speak UpCongressional Briefing#14(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
Welcome Julie Evans, Project TomorrowOpening Remarks Ann McMullan, Klein ISD, TexasRelease of National Findings: a sampl...
Meet our panel of expertsAnn McMullan Klein ISD, TXScott Phillips Fairfax County PublicSchools, VAChristine Sciabica Fairf...
Thank you!Senator Jay RockefellerWestVirginia(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
Saluting our Speak Up 2012 Sponsors:(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
Many thanks to our K-12 NationalChampion Outreach Partners:(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
Thank you for the use of the 21st centuryclassroom tools today.Special assistance from Michael Goodman,Arlington Public Sc...
Annual national research project Online surveys + focus groups Open for all K-12 schools and schools of education Insti...
 Learning &Teaching withTechnology 21st Century Skills: Digital Citizenship & Global Awareness Math and Science Instruc...
 K-12 Students 364,233 Teachers & Librarians 56,346 Parents (in English & Spanish) 39,713 School/District Administrato...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Ourtop 15!School District StateKlein ISD TXShelby County School District ALWeslaco ISD TXMcAllen ...
Opening RemarksAnn McMullanExecutive DirectorEducationalTechnologyKlein Independent School DistrictKlein,Texas(c) Project ...
Introducingthis year’sfirst nationalreport on theSpeak Up2012findings(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTablets“Digital Conversion”
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsDigital ConversionA shift in what we do,...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsDigital ConversionWhy the new momentum i...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsWhy the new momentum for digitalconversi...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTablets6%9%8%7%29%33%34%42%49%56%43%50%Parents ...
 Mobile learning Social media Digital content“Speak Up Snacks”(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsF...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsCell phonewithout InternetaccessSmartpho...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTablets48%50%50%57%60%57%55%52%77%53%63%64%48%8...
What if there were two classes – one allowed useof student owned devices and one did not.How likely is it that you would w...
What if there were two classes – one allowed useof student owned devices and one did not.How likely is it that you would w...
The BYOD/BYOT trend –what a difference a year makes!Policy/Position Admin 2011 Admin 2012Do not allow 52% 37%Discretion of...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013ElementarySchoolParentsMiddleSchoolParentsHigh SchoolParentsCommunicating viatext messages86% 86%...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Digital preferences for school to homecommunications25%24%23%17%14%13%36%39%38%Parents of Student...
(c) Project Tomorrow 201325%10%33%22%37%26%41%39%30%26%26%8%45%63%36%25%Participate in an online PLCParticipate in webinar...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Content-driven digital conversions: What isholding our districts back?School principals say:Provi...
Teachers: what digital contentare you using?(c) Project Tomorrow 20136%21%10%20% 21%47%19%24% 25%31%35%53%Virtual labs Onl...
Experience with flipped learning Teachers Principals(about theirteachers)Did this – with my own videos 3% 27%Did this – wi...
Meet our panel of expertsAnn McMullan Klein ISD, TXScott Phillips Fairfax County PublicSchools, VAChristine Sciabica Fairf...
Discussion QuestionsWhat tools or resources are you using inyour classroom, school or district?What has been the driver fo...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsWhat is needed to sustain andscale these...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsDo you have enough bandwidth tosupport g...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsIf you had sufficient bandwidth, howwoul...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsHow does your ed tech budget compareto t...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTablets74% of district technology leaders say t...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTablets74% of district technology leaders say t...
Need for greater teacher capacity withdigital toolsEnablingTechnology Administrator ConcernMobile learning Teachers don’t ...
Preparing for Common Core standards 46%Using tech to differentiate instruction 45%Use tech for formative assessments 27%Us...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Teachers –2008Teachers -2012We don’t have enoughcomputers for students to use31% 55%School filter...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Greater importance = new levels of accountabilityShould teacher evaluations include an assessment...
(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Should teacher evaluations include tech use?64%74%80%43%19%11% 10%47%17% 15%10% 10%Parents Princi...
Meet our panel of expertsAnn McMullan Klein ISD, TXScott Phillips Fairfax County PublicSchools, VAChristine Sciabica Fairf...
Discussion QuestionsWhat obstacles or barriers do you face inimplementing digital tools or resources?What new capacities c...
Introducingthis year’sfirst nationalreport on theSpeak Up2012findings(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
Save the date:National Release of the 2012Speak Up Data FindingsK-12 StudentsTuesday, June 4, 2013 12-1:30PMCapitolVisitor...
National Speak Up Findings and reportsTargeted and thematic reportsOnline learning trendsMobile learning & social mediaPri...
Saluting our Speak Up 2012 Sponsors:(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
Many thanks to our K-12 NationalChampion Outreach Partners:(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
Thank you.Let’s continue this conversation.Julie EvansProject Tomorrowjevans@tomorrow.org949-609-4660 x15Twitter: JulieEva...
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  1. 1. Speak Up 2012 National Findings:Educators and ParentsSpeak Up Congressional BriefingWashington DCApril 19, 2013
  2. 2. WelcomeJulie EvansChief Executive OfficerProjectTomorrow(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  3. 3. Speak UpCongressional Briefing#14(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  4. 4. Welcome Julie Evans, Project TomorrowOpening Remarks Ann McMullan, Klein ISD, TexasRelease of National Findings: a samplerDiscussion with our Panel of ExpertsYourThoughts and CommentsToday’s Agenda(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  5. 5. Meet our panel of expertsAnn McMullan Klein ISD, TXScott Phillips Fairfax County PublicSchools, VAChristine Sciabica Fairfax County PublicSchools, VAHyweda Tajiddin Baltimore City PublicSchools, MDEna Wood Arlington PublicSchools, VA(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  6. 6. Thank you!Senator Jay RockefellerWestVirginia(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  7. 7. Saluting our Speak Up 2012 Sponsors:(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  8. 8. Many thanks to our K-12 NationalChampion Outreach Partners:(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  9. 9. Thank you for the use of the 21st centuryclassroom tools today.Special assistance from Michael Goodman,Arlington Public Schools(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  10. 10. Annual national research project Online surveys + focus groups Open for all K-12 schools and schools of education Institutions receive free report with their own dataCollect ideas ↔ Stimulate conversations K-12 Students, Teachers, Parents, Administrators Pre-Service Teachers in Schools of EducationInform policies & programs Analysis and reporting of findings and trends Consulting services to help transform teaching and learningSpeak Up National Research Project+ 3 million surveys since 2003(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  11. 11.  Learning &Teaching withTechnology 21st Century Skills: Digital Citizenship & Global Awareness Math and Science Instruction Students’ Career Interests in STEM Professional Development /Teacher Preparation Internet Safety Administrators’ Challenges EmergingTechnologies both in & out of the Classroom Mobile Devices, Online Learning, Digital Content, E-textbooks Educational Games, Social Media tools and applications Flipped Classroom, Print to Digital, Online Assessments Designing the 21st Century SchoolSpeak Up survey question themes(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  12. 12.  K-12 Students 364,233 Teachers & Librarians 56,346 Parents (in English & Spanish) 39,713 School/District Administrators 6,011 About the participating schools & districtso 8,020 schools and 2,431 districtso 30% urban / 43% rural / 27% suburbano All 50 states + DC Honor Roll of States with highest participation:TX, CA, OH, IN, AL, NC, WI, AZ, FL, PANational Speak Up 2012 Participation: 466,303(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  13. 13. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Ourtop 15!School District StateKlein ISD TXShelby County School District ALWeslaco ISD TXMcAllen ISD TXRichardson ISD TXBrevard County School District FLMerced Union HS District CAParadiseValley USD AZMadison County School District ALCity of Chicago Public Schools ILIrvine USD CABaltimore City Public Schools MDCabot School District ARAlbemarle County Public Schools VANorth CarolinaVirtual Public Schools NC
  14. 14. Opening RemarksAnn McMullanExecutive DirectorEducationalTechnologyKlein Independent School DistrictKlein,Texas(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  15. 15. Introducingthis year’sfirst nationalreport on theSpeak Up2012findings(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  16. 16. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTablets“Digital Conversion”
  17. 17. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  18. 18. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  19. 19. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsDigital ConversionA shift in what we do, but alsoour attitudes and values
  20. 20. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsDigital ConversionWhy the new momentum inK-12 education?
  21. 21. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsWhy the new momentum for digitalconversions in K-12 education?1. Common Core State Standards2. Educators’ personal use of digital tools3. Sustained budget stress4. Emergence of the new digital parent5. Employers’ needs for better skilled employees
  22. 22. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTablets6%9%8%7%29%33%34%42%49%56%43%50%Parents 2008Parents 2012Administrators 2008Administrators 2012Somewhat Important Important Extremely ImportantHow important is tech use in school tostudent success?
  23. 23.  Mobile learning Social media Digital content“Speak Up Snacks”(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsWhere is the evidence of this shift in thinking?
  24. 24. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsCell phonewithout InternetaccessSmartphone TabletcomputerParents - 2008 90% 32% 5%Parents - 2012 35% 73% 49%Teachers - 2008 80% 20% 6%Teachers - 2012 40% 67% 32%Principals - 2008 74% 27% 10%Principals - 2012 29% 70% 30%Growth in mobile device access
  25. 25. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTablets48%50%50%57%60%57%55%52%77%53%63%64%48%84%59%Personalizes learningIncreases student engagementImproves school to homecommunicationsProvides way for students toreview materials anytimeExtends learning beyond school dayPrincipals Teachers ParentsBenefits of mobile devices for schoolwork
  26. 26. What if there were two classes – one allowed useof student owned devices and one did not.How likely is it that you would want your childin the class that allowed the devices?(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Understanding the depth of the parental support:
  27. 27. What if there were two classes – one allowed useof student owned devices and one did not.How likely is it that you would want your childin the class that allowed the devices?(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Understanding the depth of the parental support:66% of parents said it is likely!(42% said very likely)
  28. 28. The BYOD/BYOT trend –what a difference a year makes!Policy/Position Admin 2011 Admin 2012Do not allow 52% 37%Discretion of buildingprincipal16% 21%Discretion of teacher 21% 32%We provide devices 13% 18%Evaluating BYOD/T 19% 28%BYOD/T in place 17% 30%(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  29. 29. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013ElementarySchoolParentsMiddleSchoolParentsHigh SchoolParentsCommunicating viatext messages86% 86% 86%Maintaining a socialnetworking site62% 55% 52%Watching onlinevideos40% 36% 34%Streaming online TVshows37% 34% 32%Playing online ormobile app games30% 28% 25%Using Twitter 14% 13% 13%Parents are social media users, too!
  30. 30. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Digital preferences for school to homecommunications25%24%23%17%14%13%36%39%38%Parents of Students K-5Parents of Students Gr 6-8Parents of Students Gr 9-12Text messaging Facebook Mobile app
  31. 31. (c) Project Tomorrow 201325%10%33%22%37%26%41%39%30%26%26%8%45%63%36%25%Participate in an online PLCParticipate in webinarsTake an online classMaintain a professional social networkingsitePrincipals - 2012 Principals - 2008 Teachers - 2012 Teachers - 2008Use of online tools to support professional growth
  32. 32. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Content-driven digital conversions: What isholding our districts back?School principals say:Providing enough computers and Internet access 55%Evaluating the quality of digital content 45%Balancing instructional time constraints 43%Teachers are not trained to integrate digital content 41%
  33. 33. Teachers: what digital contentare you using?(c) Project Tomorrow 20136%21%10%20% 21%47%19%24% 25%31%35%53%Virtual labs OnlinecurriculumSimulations Animations DigitaltextbooksVideosAll Teachers Math & Science Teachers
  34. 34. Experience with flipped learning Teachers Principals(about theirteachers)Did this – with my own videos 3% 27%Did this – with online videos 6% 19%I’m interested in this 18% 27%Concern: student home access 53% 47%Concern: need PD in creating videos 27% 33%Concern: need PD in finding videos 21% 31%Concern: need PD in what to do inclass17% 31%(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Flipped learning in the classroom
  35. 35. Meet our panel of expertsAnn McMullan Klein ISD, TXScott Phillips Fairfax County PublicSchools, VAChristine Sciabica Fairfax County PublicSchools, VAHyweda Tajiddin Baltimore City PublicSchools, MDEna Wood Arlington PublicSchools, VA(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  36. 36. Discussion QuestionsWhat tools or resources are you using inyour classroom, school or district?What has been the driver for the “digitalconversion” in your classroom, school ordistrict?What is on the horizon for your digitalconversion?(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  37. 37. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsWhat is needed to sustain andscale these digitalconversions?4 key capacities:BandwidthInvestmentTeachersCulture
  38. 38. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsDo you have enough bandwidth tosupport greater use of digital content inthe classroom?15%71%11%3%Sufficient connectivity Concerns about connectivityInsufficient connectivity Not sure
  39. 39. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsIf you had sufficient bandwidth, howwould you use it?District Administrators say:Greater usage of multi-media in the classroom 54%Better utilize online curriculum 52%Offer online learning for both students and teachers 32%Strengthen school to home linkages 31%
  40. 40. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTabletsHow does your ed tech budget compareto the 2008/09 school year?74% of district technology leaders say theircurrent year budget is LESS than in the 2008/09school year
  41. 41. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTablets74% of district technology leaders say theircurrent year budget is LESS than in the 2008/09school yearHow are you dealing with this? Status quo on projects 48% Putting projects on hold 37% Cutting back on projects 32% Implementing cloud computing 46% Tablets instead of laptops 44% Using textbook funds for digital content 20%
  42. 42. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Speak Up 2012 National FindingsFrom Chalkboards toTablets74% of district technology leaders say theircurrent year budget is LESS than in the 2008/09school year91% of district administrators wouldlike to see a specific funding programto support digital conversion in theESEA Reauthorization
  43. 43. Need for greater teacher capacity withdigital toolsEnablingTechnology Administrator ConcernMobile learning Teachers don’t know how toincorporate mobiles within instruction– 35%Online classes Cannot find teachers interested/skilledin teaching online classes – 26%Digital content Teachers need training on how toleverage digital content effectively –42%Teachers are reluctant to use digitalcontent we have – 20%(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  44. 44. Preparing for Common Core standards 46%Using tech to differentiate instruction 45%Use tech for formative assessments 27%Using a tablet within instruction 32%How to id quality digital content 31%How to id mobile apps for classroom use 31%How to use games within instruction 26%How to create videos of my lessons 20%(c) Project Tomorrow 2013Teachers’ wish list for professional development
  45. 45. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Teachers –2008Teachers -2012We don’t have enoughcomputers for students to use31% 55%School filters and firewalls blockthe websites I need for my class42% 36%I need additional professionaldevelopment on how toeffectively integrate technologyinto my instructional plans9% 33%District policies limit thetechnology that I can use19% 28%Change in obstacles to using technology at school
  46. 46. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Greater importance = new levels of accountabilityShould teacher evaluations include an assessmentof technology usage?
  47. 47. (c) Project Tomorrow 2013Should teacher evaluations include tech use?64%74%80%43%19%11% 10%47%17% 15%10% 10%Parents Principals DistrictAdministratorsTeachersAgree Disagree Not sure
  48. 48. Meet our panel of expertsAnn McMullan Klein ISD, TXScott Phillips Fairfax County PublicSchools, VAChristine Sciabica Fairfax County PublicSchools, VAHyweda Tajiddin Baltimore City PublicSchools, MDEna Wood Arlington PublicSchools, VA(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  49. 49. Discussion QuestionsWhat obstacles or barriers do you face inimplementing digital tools or resources?What new capacities could enable you torealize your vision for digital learning in yourclassroom, school or district?What does the future look like fordigital conversions?(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  50. 50. Introducingthis year’sfirst nationalreport on theSpeak Up2012findings(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  51. 51. Save the date:National Release of the 2012Speak Up Data FindingsK-12 StudentsTuesday, June 4, 2013 12-1:30PMCapitolVisitor CenterHouseVisitor Center Room 201Presentation of FindingsPanel of StudentsInteractive DiscussionRSVP: Jenny Hostertjhostert@tomorrow.org949-609-4660 x17Celebrating 10 years of giving a voice to students!(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  52. 52. National Speak Up Findings and reportsTargeted and thematic reportsOnline learning trendsMobile learning & social mediaPrint to digital migrationSocial learningIntelligent adaptive softwareNew digital parent seriesPresentations, podcasts and webinarsServices: consulting, workshops, evaluation and efficacy studiesMore Speak Up? www.tomorrow.org(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  53. 53. Saluting our Speak Up 2012 Sponsors:(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  54. 54. Many thanks to our K-12 NationalChampion Outreach Partners:(c) Project Tomorrow 2013
  55. 55. Thank you.Let’s continue this conversation.Julie EvansProject Tomorrowjevans@tomorrow.org949-609-4660 x15Twitter: JulieEvans_PTSpeakUpEdCopyright Project Tomorrow 2013This work is the intellectual property of the author. Permission is grantedfor this material to be shared for non-commercial, educational purposes,provided that this copyright statement appears on the reproducedmaterials and notice is given that the copying is by permission of theauthor. To disseminate otherwise or to republish requires writtenpermission from the author.(c) Project Tomorrow 2013

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