Maker teachers! Your help is needed…

The Transformative Learning Technology Lab at Stanford University’s School 
of Education is interested in learning more about how teachers are using and
integrating digital fabrication and making more broadly into their schools
and teaching.

This knowledge will help inform policy makers to expand the current reach of
making/digital fabrication to more schools, in particular public ones. Your
contribution, as an early adopter, is crucial for us to make these
initiatives move forward in the best possible way – and can make $10 for 10
minutes!

We have prepared a short survey that asks about your experience using
“making” in your institution. The survey is designed primarily for teachers
in US-based schools, but it is open to all. The survey begins with some
simple questions to check if you are the right profile for this initial
survey. Everyone who qualifies will get a $10 dollar Amazon gift card if
they complete the entire survey. All answers are anonymous and confidential.

We would really appreciate your participation – the survey will advance our
understanding of the barriers teachers face in expanding their making
programs. We are hoping to get as many teachers who are interested or
involved in making as possible, so feel free to share this with your
networks as well.

A link to the survey can be found here:

http://bit.ly/stanford_fablabsurvey

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