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Pink or Blue: Examining Gender Sensitivity in Games
March 8, 2016
Ten Things Everyone Should Know about Today’s Students and Digital Learning
NSBA Annual Conference
2015 National Speak Up data findings
April 9, 2016
Pink or Blue? Examining gender sensitivity in games
2015 National Findings
March 8, 2016
2015 Spring Congressional Briefing
National Release of Speak Up 2014 National Findings: K-12 Students
April 30, 2015
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Time: Thursday, November 6th at 8PM ET/7PM CT/5PM PT
Julie Evans's third #SUchat discussed the benefits of blended learning. During this discussion she included topics mentioned at the iNACOL Blended Learning Symposium, as well as data from past Project Tomorrow reports, such as our report, “2013 Trends In Online Learning Virtual, Blended And Flipped Classrooms” with Blackboard K-12.
Time: Tuesday, October 28th at 8PM ET/7PM CT/5PM PT
Julie’s second #SUchat focused on the role of digital content and games in the classroom. Discussion included findings from our September 2014 report with BrainPOP, "Digital Teachers, Digital Principals: Transforming the Ways We Engage Students."
Date: October 21, 2014 at 8PM ET/7PM CT/5PM PT
While attending the 2014 mEducation Alliance International Symposium, Julie Evans took content from the event and our report with Kajeet, "Making Learning Mobile: Leveraging Mobile Devices to Transform Teaching and Learning" onto Twitter during the "Evaluating Mobile Learning" Twitter chat.