As most of you are aware, Hurricane Sandy ripped through the east coast a few weeks ago, leaving many demolished homes and buildings in its wake. Many schools were not spared, and students and teachers are finding themselves scrounging for supplies as they struggle to get back to as normal a schedule as possible.
Our friends over at Citelighter are working on ways to make sure students understand how to research and think critically, but they need some feedback from educators to ensure they’re heading in the right direction. They’ve created a brief survey that will allow them to gather crucial information.
In return for filling out their survey, Citelighter will:
- Donate $1 per submission through Donorschoose.org to classrooms that were flooded by Hurricane Sandy (note: a friend of Citelighter has a classroom in Staten Island, where they will be hand delivering supplies as well).
- Send your principal, boss, or friend a nice note detailing your willingness to do a good deed for a classroom in need and to help “Save Research” (please note that all your survey responses will remain completely confidential)
- Enter you in a drawing to win Citelighter Pro for your entire class.
A note of thanks from the guys at Citelighter:
Thank you in advance for your responses, and for giving Citelighter a place in your classrooms. Please forward this survey to any of your colleagues and friends who are teachers so that we can raise the money to help fund this project do our part to help “Save Research.”