Our schools are in the early stages of implementing the new learning and technology plan designed to give you a dynamic learning experience.
I am inviting you to take an online survey to gather information about your access to technology, your skills in using technology and your perception of the technology environment provided in our schools. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and will provide us a baseline to better understand the connection between technology use and student achievement as we move forward with the implementation of the district’s learning and technology plan. Future surveys will allow us to monitor progress and determine areas of need, both in our schools and district-wide.
The survey was developed by BrightBytes, an educational software company, and can be accessed here: http://www.BByt.es/WG8ML. It will be open for student responses until October 31, 2014.
Thank you for taking the time to help us. Your participation will make a difference between having a complete versus a limited understanding of our teachers’ technology access, skills and environment.
Our goal at Cedar Park is to get the most up-to-date technology into the hands of our students. Technology offers relevant and engaging opportunities for student learning. Students learn new ways to create, communicate, problem solve and collaborate using 21st century skills. Students have easy access to computers throughout the school. Interactive boards, LCD projectors, wireless laptops, digital cameras and other tools help engage students in the excitement of learning.