The Speak Up National Research Project provides participating schools, districts and non-profit organizations with online surveys and reports to collect authentic feedback from students, educators and parents. In addition, they summarize and share the national findings with education and policy leaders in Washington DC.
Mrs. Turner and her class at Eastside Elementary in Anderson Community Scholes developed a video showcasing how technology helps in the teaching and learning experience and helps keeps parents connected to their chil’s progress. Mrs. Turner will receive a $200 classroom grant for the submission of her “Speak Up America 2016 Video Challenge.
Follow the link to see their video as well as some of the other entries.