Posts Tagged ‘students’

Does tech distract you while studying?

How is Technology Being Used in the Classroom?

If you’re a regular here (and we sure hope you are), then you know it’s no secret that we love to talk about education. And specifically, how technology in education plays a role both...

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Greece Central School District Launches K-12 Parent Survey

We strongly believe in supporting the hard work that teachers, parents and educators do every day to help their students achieve academic success. In the spring of 2012, we announced our partnership with the Harvard Graduate School...

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Students, smartphones & surveys

Chicago Public School Students Use Surveys for Entrepreneurship

It's a well-established fact that we monkeys are big fans of all things education. Any day that we can support the important work that educators do to teach, motivate and inspire their students is...

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Customer Spotlight

Social Media Surveys at UCLA’s Career Center

We monkeys are definitely not strangers to the land of social media. You can find us pretty much anywhere--Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and even Flickr! Social media has made a huge impact on not...

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How a Computing Nonprofit Uses Surveys to Support STEM Education

Science. Technology. Engineering. Mathematics. Add 'education' and 'surveys' and, boom, you'll have hit some serious SurveyMonkey sweet spots in that list. We're passionate about each of these things just like our guest bloggers today--Shahnaz Kamberi...

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Huffed and He Puffed...

SurveyMonkey at College: Assessment Beyond the Obvious

Join us in welcoming back one of our guest bloggers--Dr. Erin Albert, author and college professor extraordinaire. She's here to share how surveys have helped her students at Butler University collect and assess data for...

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Tahoka students

Tahoka Independent School District Launches K-12 Parent Survey

We're passionate about education here at SurveyMonkey. That's why we partnered with the Harvard Graduate School of Education in the creation of the K-12 Parent Survey, the very first of its kind. The survey template was...

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