In the edLeader Panel “From CDs to AI: Congressional Briefing on 20 Years of Speak Up Research,” Dr. Julie A. Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow and the founder of the heralded Speak Up Research Project, along with a panel of students, had a conversation about decades of trends and the latest shifts in digital learning today.
Presented by Dr. Julie Evans, CEO, Project Tomorrow, with a panel of K-12 students
During the “Speak Up 2022 Congressional Briefing: Release of the National Research Findings,” Dr. Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow, presented the findings of the 2021-2022 Speak Up survey and moderated a discussion with student experts who shared their experiences and insights about new models of learning, preferred uses of technology, and ideas on how to improve student engagement. Dr. Evans was joined by Scott Persky, Senior Vice President of Finalsite, and Kristina Ishmael, Deputy Director of the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Education Technology.
Presented by Dr. Julie Evans, CEO, Project Tomorrow; Kristina Ishmael, Deputy Director, Office of Ed Tech, U.S. Department of Education; and a panel of K-12 students
Throughout the pandemic, we were all part of a live virtual experiment on how to make it work, said Dr. Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow. During the Speak Up 2021 Congressional Briefing: Release of the National Research Findings, Dr. Evans, along with a panel of K-12 student voices, discussed findings from this year’s Speak Up Research Project. Focusing on student engagement, student empowerment, and equity in education, they shared key lessons educators learned during the lockdown.
Presented by Dr. Julie A. Evans, Chief Executive Officer, Project Tomorrow; and a panel of K-12 students
For the last seven months of 2020, school districts have gone through extreme changes regarding how learning is happening in a pandemic-induced educational environment. In a recent edWeb edLeader Panel sponsored by Project Tomorrow, Dr. Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow, and Christina Fleming, Vice President of Blackboard K12, presented the Speak Up 2019-2020 National Findings titled Digital Learning During the Pandemic: Emerging Evidence of an Education Transformation. The research surveyed over 136,000 K-12 students, teachers, and parents and focused on what digital learning looked like during the pandemic and revealed potential emerging transformation evidence.
Presented by Julie A. Evans, Ed.D. and a panel of K-12 students
This week, edWeb.net will be hosting a virtual presentation of the Speak Up 2020 Congressional Briefing: Release of the National Research Findings on Wednesday, October 21st at 12 pm Eastern Time.