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Oct 13th, 2010
10:30 AM - 11:20 AM
Ballroom B
Pacific Time
Since 2003, the Speak Up National Research Project has collected authentic feedback about education and technology from 1.5 million K–12 students. In this review of the most recent data findings, learn about the expectations of today's K–12 students for more socially based, untethered, and digitally-rich learning environments and how you can prepare your campus and your faculty in particular to address the needs and aspirations of these up-and-coming "free agent learners."


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This was a great session. I plan on passing the information on to the techers I work with.

Students want to have interactive but relevant digitally rich learning, and want to be able to personalize their experience. #E10_FS01

#E10_FS01 check for yourself

#E10_FS01 thank you julie - i look forward to hearing your information every year!

#E10_FS01 Parents' poll: Willingness to purchase mobile devices for their child for school? 62%

#E10_FS01 mobile devices helping students with what? "Receive reminders and alerts"55%


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