I created a short survey for parents about the use of social media in the classroom. The survey was intended to see how the use of social media (Seesaw, Twitter, School wires, emails) in the classroom has changed their way of thinking and or improved their conversations with their child about the school day.
Parents were emailed the link to the survey for two months. Only 15 out of 22 parents answered the survey questions.
As a result, parents seem pretty satisfied with the use of different types of media in the classroom to communicate about their child’s school day. Parents seemed well informed about their child’s school day. Parents liked receiving my weekly email reminders and updates. Twitter, Seesaw and my teacher website seemed to be very informing as well. The few optional comments that were made were mostly positive.