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Survey Update: Twitter Use in K-12 Education

By April 8, 2010November 15th, 2022No Comments

Last month I shared the results of a survey CB&A conducted in conjunction with the CoSN Conference 2010.  To help inform a roundtable discussion that took place during the conference, CB&A surveyed educators on the CoSN pre-registration list and analyzed replies from more than 50 respondents.  The survey explored two aspects of Twitter in K-12 education: educators’ personal use of Twitter, and school system use of Twitter.

schrock_150iconKathy Schrock, Director of Technology for Nauset Public Schools, contacted me after reviewing the survey results and asked if she could distribute the survey to her personal learning network.  Kathy sent the survey link to more than 5,800 educators on Twitter, and asked them to share the link with colleagues in their school and/or district, including those who do not use Twitter as well as those who do.  She received valid responses from 284 educators.

Here is a slide show of the survey results:

For more information, see Kathy’s blog post: Educators’ Use of Twitter: Survey Results.