We’re thrilled to welcome Dr. Hunter Gehlbach from the Harvard Graduate School of Education to the Panorama Education team. A leading educational psychologist, Dr. Gehlbach will lead Panorama’s survey design work while fostering best practices in survey methodology and measurement for the education community.
Just last week, our team completed the very first, company-wide Panorama Hackathon! For 24 consecutive hours, we coded, designed, tweeted and presented entirely new product ideas. The goal of the Panorama Hackathon was simple: to spend a day in small groups, actively creating new (and fun!) projects that could become actual features used by educators.
The Ohio Department of Education has announced that the Panorama Student Survey has been officially approved for use in the state of Ohio. The survey gathers student feedback on teaching and learning, and has been approved as a valid and reliable instrument for use in teacher evaluation systems.
Panorama Education and Harvard Graduate School of Education Researchers Release New, Open Source Survey for School Districts
Over the past year, Harvard Graduate School of Education researchers and Panorama Education have been collaborating to develop a best-in-class, valid, and reliable survey tool to help educators collect feedback from students. Today, I’m tremendously excited to announce that we’re releasing the Panorama Student Survey, version 1.0. We’re providing this survey as a free, open source resource for educators everywhere.
Ready for one of the best education and innovation events of the year? We certainly are! Panorama is prepping for next year’s SxSWedu by submitting two distinct proposals to host panels during the conference. We feel that our unique selection of panelists will contribute valuable perspectives to some truly important topics in K-12 education.