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With your partner, create a short survey using several of the different question types.
Then LAUNCH the survey.
Tips on Writing Questions Name and Address-US 0 Avoid using this question template if you want to sort by last name, city, state, or zip code. Instead, create separate fill in the blank questions for each item of information you wish.
Tips on Writing Questions Open Ended Comments 0 Avoid frequent use of comment boxes. The information is difficult to disaggregate. Do, however, offer a comments box at the end of your survey to give respondents a chance to voice their opinion, praise, or complain!
Tips on Writing Questions Open Ended With More Than One Line with Prompts 0 Avoid using this type of question if you want to sort by any of the fields for which you want information.
Tips on Writing Questions Open Ended vs. Multiple Choice 0 Open ended replies will be hard to analyze – “a couple years” or “15 months” More specific, easier to analyze
Tips on Writing Questions Multiple Choice 0 Offer specific (not subjective) choices. What would “sometimes” mean? What kind of data would that provide?
Tips on Writing Questions Voluntary vs. Mandatory 0 You can force a response by making a question mandatory, but make sure you offer sufficient alternatives.
Using Skip Logic Skip Logic allows you to create custom paths through a survey which are determined by choices respondents make to a particular question. “ Yes” respondents would be skipped to a page of questions relevant to them. “No” respondents would be skipped to a different page. This avoids asking respondents to “Go to question 3 if you select YES or question 4 if you selected NO.” 0 More information can be found on the Zoomerang website Help section.
Setting Up a Gliffy Account 0 to be used in the Optimizing Leadership course
Sample Graphic Organizer Process 0 Special Education Referral Process
Sample Graphic Organizer Organization What Works in Schools 0
Sample Graphic Organizer Ladywood High School Website 0 Curriculum Flowchart
Memory Jogger II Pocket Guide of Tools for Continuous Improvement and Effective Planning
Flowcharts, p. 56
Interrelationship Digraph, p. 76
Tree Diagram, p. 156
0 Follow the step-by-step directions in Handout #3. Feel free to ask for help if you encounter difficulty. Handout #3 – Using Gliffy
Graphic Organizer Activity 0 Working with your partner, create a simple graphic organizer which demonstrates ways in which you might use this tool in your work. Export (save) to a flash drive. Handout #4 – Gliffy Wordbank
Create GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS to efficiently organize information
Use WIKIS to collaborate on document creation with various stakeholders
Understand BLACKBOARD navigation
Making Connections with Tools With your partner, think of the tools you became acquainted with today. Make analogies between the tools on the sheet and the tools you learned about during the session. Be willing to share some of your analogies with the larger group. 0 Handout #7 - Making Connections