Over the past three years, more than 6,500 schools have used Panorama for surveys and data analysis. We’ve gathered a number of best practices from our partner districts, networks, and schools about how they are collecting and analyzing feedback data from their stakeholders.
Educators have embraced Twitter over the past several years as a social media platform for engaging with the latest information and debates and with colleagues across the country and around the world. Now, educators are ready to take their Twitter engagement to the next level.
Recently, my colleague Sarah Glover published an article in EdTech Times on the trend of purchasing decentralization in education and EdTech. In “Shifting Toward Decentralized Decisions About Technology for Schools,” Sarah discusses the reasons that technology purchasing is increasingly done at the school- and user-level and the implications for EdTech.
A recent article in the New York Times asked readers to comment on whether students should be able to evaluate their teachers through surveys. At Panorama, we believe that schools must carefully consider how they ask survey questions for students to provide feedback on their teachers, including what questions are asked on surveys and how survey questions are worded and constructed. I would love for you to read an opinion piece that I’ve written, which originally appeared in EdSurge, below.