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ASCD CompassLearning Pulse Poll Results

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The CompassLearning Pulse Poll was a spot survey of national education leaders attending the ASCD Critical Transformation Conference in San Antonio, Texas, March 6 -8, 2010. The polling was conducted …

The CompassLearning Pulse Poll was a spot survey of national education leaders attending the ASCD Critical Transformation Conference in San Antonio, Texas, March 6 -8, 2010. The polling was conducted by PURSUIT, an independent research and consulting firm based in Austin, Texas. Interviews were completed in person on Saturday and Sunday, March 6-7, among a random sampling of conference attendees. Survey results reported carry a standard margin of error of +/- 5.5 percentage points at the 95% confidence interval.

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  • 1. Prepared for CompassLearning
    ASCD Pulse Poll Results
  • 2. Key Findings from Survey of Teachers and Administrators Attending Annual ASCD Conference in San Antonio from March 6-8, 2010
    Educators Seeking E-Learning Solutions
  • 3. Pulse Poll Detail
    Random intercept methodology at ASCD Annual Conference
    287 attendees randomly approached to complete survey
    Interviewers used notepad laptops for data collection and online reporting
    Interviews were conducted March 6 and 7
    Poll sponsored by CompassLearning
    Survey conducted by PURSUIT, firm out of Austin, TX
    Results carry +/- 5.7% error at 95% confidence interval
  • 4. Textbook Is Going Away? Yes…
    Some people say the future of education in the digital age means eventually we will not need traditional, printed textbooks used in the classroom any longer. They believe the textbook is going away. Other people say the future of education in the digital age means although we will develop new ways to use technology we will always need the printed textbook. They believe the textbook is not going away. Which opinion is closer to your own?
  • 5. Regional Differences in Attitudes
    Some people say the future of education in the digital age means eventually we will not need traditional, printed textbooks used in the classroom any longer. They believe the textbook is going away. Other people say the future of education in the digital age means although we will develop new ways to use technology we will always need the printed textbook. They believe the textbook is not going away. Which opinion is closer to your own?
  • 6. Districts Not Prepared for Digital Age
    How prepared do you believe your school(s) and/or district are when it comes to adapting the classroom to student needs in the digital age?
  • 7. Regional Differences in Attitudes
    How prepared do you believe your school(s) and/or district are when it comes to adapting the classroom to student needs in the digital age?
  • 8. E-Learning Classroom Time by 2015
    Thinking 5 years into the future, how much time in the classroom do you believe will be dedicated to interactive or e-learning methods and tools?
  • 9. Adapting E-Learning Tools Critical
    E-Learning Time In Class
    Integration of E-Learning
    How important do you believe it is that educators today more fully integrate technology like computers, iPods/iPads/iTouches, mobile phones, etc. into the classroom?
    Do you believe the amount of time in the classroom dedicated to interactive or e-learning methods and tools should increase, decrease, or stay about the same as it is today in the school(s) and/or district you represent?
  • 10. Tech Among Top Conference Topics
    Which of the following Critical Transformations conference session topics are the most important to you? Pick three from the following list that represent the most important topics you are here to learn about.?
  • 11. E-Tools Use Outside of Classroom
    How important do you believe it is that educators make interactive educational technology available to students outside the classroom—like from home?
  • 12. Teachers Active on Social Networks
    Which of the following online social networks, if any, are you involved in at this time? Involved means you have an account and at least occasionally participate.
    INSET CHART: Do you use this (these) social network(s) to interact with colleagues, students, parents?
  • 13. More Out of Class Connection Sought
    Do you believe the level of teacher engagement with students and parents outside of the classroom through social networking and other interactive tools should…?

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