Help us learn more about the #Edchat Community
The #Edchat Community
Help us learn more about the #Edchat community! We have had an amazing time learning from educators from all over the world via Tuesday’s weekly #Edchat. Beginning in 2009, #Edchat now has hundreds of educators that participate each week to discuss important education issues. There are also hundreds of other more specific education Twitter chats where educators meet online to discuss topics in a particular area or subject, such as social studies chat (#sschat).
How is #Edchat changing education?
Does social interaction via Twitter help or hinder teachers? Are #Edchat participants more interested in social media in the classroom? Do education Twitter chats benefit teachers?
We want to learn more about the concerns and successes of educators involved in education Twitter chats, and hopefully find answers to these questions.
Who should take the #Edchat survey?
Anyone can participate in this #Edchat survey. It is tailored to educators, but parents and even students are welcome to participate. No Twitter experience is necessary.
How long does it take?
It will take no longer than 10 minutes, most people have reported that it takes about 5-8 minutes.
What does it cover?
The survey has three sections: #Edchat + education Twitter Chats, Technology in Education, Professional Development and Social Media.
Take the #Edchat Survey
We want to hear from you! How do you think education Twitter chats are influencing educators around the world?
Please fill out this #Edchat survey and share with anyone you know in the education world! The more responses we get, the more information we will have to share with you!
Follow us on Twitter @USCTeacher to stay updated with the results.
Update: Here are the results of the 2014 Technology and Professional Development Survey!