Wednesday, October 14 at 4 pm PT, 5 pm MT, 6 pm CT, 7 pm ET
Co-hosted by Julie Evans with several district leaders who are leveraging Speak Up data to inform their digital learning initiatives. Discussion will be around how to use stakeholder data specifically to engage your community, understand the needs of your stakeholders and advance your vision. Join the conversation by including the hashtag #SUchat.
Other hashtags to use include: #CE15, #FutureReady, #digitallearning
Discussion topic 1:
Stakeholder data: friend or foe? How do district leaders currently value the importance of student, teacher or parent ideas around the use of technology within learning? Are most districts deliberately seeking stakeholder data, and if so, for what purposes?
We have heard from some districts that at times their preference is “not to know” what their stakeholders’ want or value. Is that a common strategy?
What are ways that districts are collecting stakeholder data to inform their plans? Are those methods effective or efficient? Or what challenges do leaders face in collecting or using stakeholder data?
Discussion topic 2:
Using stakeholder data: What are some examples of how you have used stakeholder data from students, teachers or parents to advance your vision or to address the 7 gears of the Future Ready framework (http://dashboard.futurereadyschools.org/app/framework)?
What has worked well for you? What did not work for you?
Does stakeholder data address some of the Future Ready gears better than others? What ones are best? Professional learning, community partnerships maybe? Why is that?
Discussion topic 3:
Using Speak Up to collect and analyze stakeholder data: How does the Speak Up process help district leaders understand and appreciate the views of key stakeholders such as students, teachers, parents, administrators and community members? What are the benefits of using Speak Up to address these goals?
What have you learned from the Speak Up data that helped you advance your vision or address those Future Ready gears?
How are you planning on using stakeholder data this year to inform your digital learning plans?
We hope to see you on today's #SUchat!