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Surveys help

  1. 1. IMPACT Grant Surveys<br />“How To”<br />Spring 2011 - Angie Cathcart<br />
  2. 2. Some things you needs to know<br />This should take approximately 25 minutes or less<br />You will see: “Yes, I agree to participate with the understanding that I may withdraw at any time.”<br />THIS IS NOT OPTIONAL because we are an IMPACT School and a recipient of $432,000.00 and have paid over $2,000.00 for evaluation.<br />Carefully select CORRECT school from drop down<br />We are IMPACT 3c, so ignore the question intended for IMPACT 2<br />if you neglect a question, the survey will not progress<br />We do have an Implementation plan as required by IMPACT<br />The plan is updated often!<br />Our Media Center is flexibly scheduled<br />Chip is our Technology Assistant<br />Yes, we have a cataloging system<br />Professional productivity refers to programs like Outlook email, Calendering,Moodle, Excel, PowerPoint, etc…<br />Tech professional development is offered but not all take advantage of the offerings.<br />School Technology Needs Assessment (STNA say “Stenna”) <br />Spring 2011 - Angie Cathcart<br />
  3. 3. Approximately 20 minutes<br />Responses will be kept strictly confidential<br />You will see this statement: <br />PARTICIPATION. Your participation in this study is voluntary; you may decline to participate without penalty. If you decide to participate, you may withdraw from the study at any time without penalty and without loss of benefits to which you are otherwise entitled. If you withdraw from the study before data collection is completed your data will be returned to you or destroyed at your request.<br />Again, we are an IMPACT Grant school and this survey is not optional<br />We are IMPACT 3c, so ignore the question intended for IMPACT 2<br />Able to teach others in this survey does not mean you will be drafted to teach others!<br />We do not use HyperStudio so ignore that as an option – PowerPoint is used here.<br />Save and access files on your school network? Your “My Documents” is our network<br />IMPACT Performance Standards for Inservice Teachers (ISTE) Spring 2011<br />Spring 2011 - Angie Cathcart<br />
  4. 4. ISTE National Educational Technology Standards for Students are referred to as curriculum in all subject areas is being rewritten at DPI. <br />THESE ARE 21st CENTURY SKILLS!<br />Creativity and Innovation<br />Communication and Collaboration<br />Research and Information Fluency<br />Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making<br />Digital Citizenship<br />Technology Operations and Concepts<br />Spring 2011 - Angie Cathcart<br />
  5. 5. “classroom management” refers to the procedures or routines you use to insure students use our technology successfully<br />“personal digital device” – we have student response systems at AMS (clickers); we also have laptops<br />“new/emerging technologies” – some examples would be Kindle, iPad, iPod, Smartphones, Cloud computing, Moodle, QR (Quick Response) codes, etc…<br />Acceptable Use Policy is now Responsible Use Policy in ACS<br />assistive technologies - devices for people with disabilities<br />Teacher laptops have replaced teacher desktops at AMS<br />Spring 2011 - Angie Cathcart<br />IMPACT Performance Standards for Inservice Teachers (ISTE) Spring 2011<br />
  6. 6. Again, THIS IS NOT OPTIONAL<br />Approximately 15-20 minutes; 60 questions<br />You will need to enter your email address<br />You will not receive any ‘spam’ as a result of entering your e-mail <br />No identifying information will be shared with your school or district<br />If you took the SAI last year, you may use the same username and password<br />If you don’t remember your password, you may need to reset your password<br />You will need the following token: QMAFW<br />Once the token is accepted, a link to the Spring 2011 survey will appear<br />You can go back and make changes if you need to<br />You are able to save your progress and return later<br />When finished, click DONE and then SAVE.<br />Spring 2011 - Angie Cathcart<br />Standards Assessment Inventory (SAI)<br />
  7. 7. Be sure students choose the correct school<br />Be sure they understand that if they miss an item, the survey will not progress<br />Remind students that any time they look up a book in the Media Center, they are using a database<br />They may need help understanding what a flash drive is<br />Some vocabulary: collaboratively, engagement, innovation<br />Spring 2011 - Angie Cathcart<br />IMPACT Technology Skills Checklist 6-8 Spring 2011<br />
  8. 8. When we say "used computers in your classroom" we mean either by working directly at a computer in your classroom, or by watching the teacher use a computer to do a presentation.<br />Will ask students if they have a computer at home, but doesn’t ask if they have internet access.<br />Spring 2011 - Angie Cathcart<br />IMPACT Technology Skills Checklist 6-8 Spring 2011<br />

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