On April 24, 2012 Project Tomorrow released the report “Mapping a Personalized Learning Journey – K-12 Students and Parents Connects the Dots with Digital Learning” at a Congressional Briefing held in Washington, DC. Julie Evans, Project Tomorrow CEO, discussed selected student and parent national findings from the Speak Up 2011 report and moderated a panel discussion with students and parents who shared their insights and experiences.
Report: Leveraging Intelligent Adaptive Learning to Personalize Education In this special white paper based upon the Speak Up 2011 national findings, Project Tomorrow has partnered with DreamBox Learning to explore a new concept in the use of technology to personalize learning—Intelligent Adaptive Learning™.
Connecting in the 21st Century: Parents and Administrators Speak Up about Effective School to Home Communications- A new report from Project Tomorrow and Blackboard Connect. In this special report we examine the Speak Up 2010 survey data collected from almost 380,000 K-12 students, parents and educators to highlight the expectations of parents for improved school to home communications and how schools and districts are stepping up to address those new sets of expectations.
Report: The New Math for Justifying Online Learning addresses the opportunities that exist for districts to think anew about how they are justifying online learning initiatives as well as other emerging technology projects. The recommendations, tools and featured projects described in the report are designed to support and enhance the current activities of school and district leaders, who are just starting out with an online learning initiative or considering expansion of existing projects.
2011 Congressional Briefing National Release of Speak Up 2010 K-12 Teachers, Librarians and Administrators. On May 11, 2011 Project Tomorrow released the report “The New 3 E’s of Education: Enabled, Engaged and Empowered – How Today’s Educators are Advancing a New Vision for Teaching and Learning” at a Congressional Briefing held in Washington, DC.
Report: Taking it Mobile, published in collaboration with Blackboard, Inc., takes a look at how educators are exploring strategies for effectively integrating “classic” resources (such as workstations, laptops, and wires) with emerging broadband mobile devices (such as smartphones, e-readers, smartbooks, handheld gaming platforms) to create a “blended” infrastructure where students can learn in or out of school.