May 14th, 2012
Introducing: TeacherView Report Cards
So if that’s so obvious, how come asking teachers isn’t part of the routine in our schools?
- Want to know how a math curriculum is working? Ask teachers.
- Want to know about great new Web 2.0 tools for classrooms? Ask teachers.
- Want to know best practices in blended learning? Yup, you guessed it. Ask teachers.
It’s high time that we treat teachers like the front line experts they are.
It’s high time that we pull together tens of thousands of their opinions to create a new “crowd-sourced” data set on what’s working in schools.
It’s high time for teachers to have a say in what tools, texts, and technology schools purchase and how publishers and ed tech vendors develop the next generation of great learning products.
Introducing TeacherView Report Cards
ClassroomWindow’s mission is to make teachers the new power-brokers in education. So we’re thrilled to announce our inaugural TeacherView Report Card.
The topic of our first Report Card is Math Textbooks, a subject that creates controversy in almost every community in the US given how important math instruction is to our future.
We want to hear what teachers have to say about the curricula they use everyday.
- What’s working?
- What’s not?
- For which kids?
The results of this survey will be published by ClassroomWindow as the first TeacherView Report Card on Math Textbooks.
The first 1,000 math teachers that take this anonymous survey will receive a copy of the final report and a $10 gift card to Amazon to give you a jumpstart on your summer reading.
It takes just minutes to complete the survey — and just minutes to change the status quo!