The Use ofTechnology in SJAM    A survey by Maxim Chipeev
Background ResearchWhy I picked this topic.Some schools use no technology.Some schools use minimal technology.Some schools...
Survey QuestionDo you think the time spent using computers, laptops,and smart boards in SJAM should be changed? a) No, it ...
Survey TypeRandom StratifiedRandom SystematicVoluntary Response
HypothesisResponse should be “a”SJAM has a good balance of use in it’sdevices.
Data SourceD2L through the SJAM Connection
Problems EncounteredResponses without a grade. (7)Responses without an answer. (2)No response. (>400)Unexpected Responses....
Survey Results, Pie ChartGrade 7: 37                Grade 8: 34              Grade 9: 68      A      B         C     A    ...
Survey Results, Pie Chart     Unspecified Grade: 7              A     B     C              D     E     F              14% ...
ConclusionThree assumptions.Needed more responses.
BibliographyDavid Nagel. Teachers Report Educational Benefits of Frequent Technology Use. THE Journal.28 June 2010. (c)201...
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    1. 1. The Use ofTechnology in SJAM A survey by Maxim Chipeev
    2. 2. Background ResearchWhy I picked this topic.Some schools use no technology.Some schools use minimal technology.Some schools use huge amounts oftechnology.
    3. 3. Survey QuestionDo you think the time spent using computers, laptops,and smart boards in SJAM should be changed? a) No, it is fine the way it is. b) Yes, it should be increased. c) Yes, it should be decreased. d) Yes, we should stop using these devices. e) I don’t care. f) I’m not sure.
    4. 4. Survey TypeRandom StratifiedRandom SystematicVoluntary Response
    5. 5. HypothesisResponse should be “a”SJAM has a good balance of use in it’sdevices.
    6. 6. Data SourceD2L through the SJAM Connection
    7. 7. Problems EncounteredResponses without a grade. (7)Responses without an answer. (2)No response. (>400)Unexpected Responses. (11)
    8. 8. Survey Results, Pie ChartGrade 7: 37 Grade 8: 34 Grade 9: 68 A B C A B C A B C D E F D E F D E F 9% 9% 5%5% 4% 9% 7% 3% 38%27% 57% 63% 22% 41%
    9. 9. Survey Results, Pie Chart Unspecified Grade: 7 A B C D E F 14% 14% 57% 14%
    10. 10. ConclusionThree assumptions.Needed more responses.
    11. 11. BibliographyDavid Nagel. Teachers Report Educational Benefits of Frequent Technology Use. THE Journal.28 June 2010. (c)2011 1105 Media Inc. Monday, December 19 2011. <http://thejournal.com/articles/2010/06/28/teachers-report-educational-benefits-of-frequent-technology-use.aspx>Grunwald and Associates. (2010). Educators, technology and 21st century skills: Dispelling five myths.Retrieved from Walden University, December 19 2011, Richard W. Riley College of Education website: fromwww.WaldenU.edu/fivemythsnp. Technology in Schools. Government of Alberta, Education.November 2011. (c)1995-2011 Government of Alberta. Monday, December 19 2011. <http://education.alberta.ca/admin/technology.aspx>Glori Chaika. Technology in Schools: It Does make a Difference. Education World(r).08 February 1999. (c)2006 Education World. Monday, December 19 2011. <http://www.educationworld.com/a_admin/admin/admin122.shtml>Denise Deveau. Canadian Schools. CBC.ca.March 6 2007. (c)2011 CBC. Monday, December 19 2011. <http://www.cbc.ca/news/background/tech/school-multimedia.html>

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