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October 19, 2010

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October 19, 2010

Project Tomorrow is an invaluable partner for the National Science Digital Library (http://nsdl.org) - helping us in the past four years to understand patterns and trends in educational uses of technology, and to know and understand our users. This information is critical in helping us to not only tailor free resources for science and math education that are interesting and engaging. We incorporate findings from Speak Up! data into professional development opportunities that assist teachers and educators to effectively integrate and implement digital resources into their classroom teaching.

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collaborative work with Project Tomorrow to across an extensive partnership of science, technology, engineering, and math-based digital libraries

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September 30, 2010

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September 30, 2010

Blackboard has partnered with Project Tomorrow for 3 years. Along with many in the K12 education industry, we rely on the valuable market trend data and information that Project Tomorrow collects from key education stakeholders - students, parents, teachers, and administrators. Project Tomorrow's insightful reports help inform decisions to bring new solutions to the K12 education market in an effort to create an engaging learning environment for children in the 21st century.

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several education research reports and speaking engagements.

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About every month

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2010

September 29, 2010

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September 29, 2010

For several years Project Tomorrow staff have collaborated with State Department of Education staff in their data collection initiative. Not only have they consulted with us as they craft each year's national survey, but they also work with us to analyze the data and provide reports to help inform our work in the states. We know more about the experiences and practices of our students, parents, teachers, administrators, and preservice teachers as a result of Project Tomorrow's Speak Up surveys, allowing us to craft programs, curriculum, professional development, etc. to benefit our schools.

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the benefit to the work in which I am involved at the Maryland State Department of Education, Office of Instructional Technology & School Library Media - for both the work of the Department and with one of our large Title II-D Ed Tech partnership grants.

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About every six months

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2009

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1. Contact your local schools and encourage them to participate in the annual Speak Up National Research Project.  You can share with them how to participate, the value of listening to stakeholders and the benefits of participating.  Learn more: http://www.tomorrow.org/speakup/speak_up_faq.html

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