Hawaii Ed Tech Survey
Ka'ana Solutions, HawaiiKidsCAN and HSTE are excited to launch the first Hawaii Education Technology Survey for Educators. This survey is designed to gather information about current education technology usage in Hawaiʻi. The data will be synthesized into a free report that will be distributed back out to the community.
The survey answers a number of different questions including:
What education software applications and devices are most frequently being used in Hawaiʻi?
How do teachers get support when they are using technology at school?
What are some general perceptions about technology usage in schools?
How often are teachers using social media as a means to collaborate and share ideas, resources, and best-practices?
Please know that your personal responses will be kept private, even if you provide your email address (which is optional). If you provide your email address, you will be emailed a copy of the final data report and you will be eligible to win one of three $50 gift cards. Winners will be chosen randomly. The survey will remain open until October 31, 2019.
You can access the survey link here: Hawaii Education Technology Survey for Educators. Please help us get as many responses as possible by distributing to your colleagues and networks in Hawaiʻi. This data will be useful to all of us as we work together to make Hawaiʻi a leader in education innovation!
David Miyashiro, HawaiiKidsCAN
Shane Asselstine, HSTE
Stevin Smith, Kaʻana Solutions
Who we are:
Kaʻana Solutions: As an innovative Hawaiʻi-based nonprofit corporation, Kaʻana Solutions, provides education technology services delivered by students for teachers and parents. Ka‘ana Solutions empowers schools, students and families to better use technology to enhance learning, collaboration and community connections.
HawaiiKidsCAN: Founded in 2017, HawaiiKidsCAN is a local nonprofit education advocacy organization dedicated to empowering communities with accessible information and helping elevate community voices and concerns to build the conditions for all students in Hawaiʻi to thrive. In our first year of operation, HawaiiKidsCAN has focused on expanding equity and innovation in education, working with students and community members to drive policy change at the Hawaiʻi State Legislature and Board of Education.
HSTE: HSTE inspires educators to use technology to innovate teaching and learning, encourage best practices, and solve tough education problems. Through shared knowledge and a supportive community, we strive to empower learners and create equitable technology access.