Can You Tell Me How to Get…?

I remember watching Sesame Street with my children many years ago and hearing Gordon say that “Asking questions is a good way of finding things out.” To this day, I still echo his words on a regular basis with my kids, friends, family and sometimes even with people I may have just met. Knowing the right questions to ask (and, I suppose, actually asking them), I believe, is a sign of wisdom. This week in CEP812 I learned a little more about asking the right questions and finding some things out when I surveyed teachers at the Cayman International School on the topic of Educational Technology. To find out more about what I learned, please read my Summary Report. I gathered the results of the survey in an info-graphic you may also be interested in viewing.

If you are an educator, I would love to have your input on the survey. It will be open through October 31, 2013. It is only ten questions long and can be completed rather quickly. And, if you have any questions of your own, please feel free to ask them in the comments.

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