|Survey Says-- Synopsis for the Year|
|Author: Justina Spencer, AALF Communications | May 16th, 2012|
Over the past year we have been asking you, our members, to let us know your thoughts on such topics as Student Voice, E-Books, Staying Current and the Definition of 1:1. We’d like to share with you the results from these surveys in order to ascertain certain trends in 1:1 curriculum, teaching and assessment.
Please read the following survey questions below and browse the answers by percentiles. We’d like to note that we did not limit the number of answers per question.
Is your school planning on moving to e-books in place of printed textbooks?
37.5%-- We are currently using e-books in some subjects
25%-- We are planning to implement e-books in the next two years
25%-- We are planning to implement but it will take more than two years
12.5%-- We are currently using e-books in all subjects
0%-- We have no current plans to go to e-books, but we are talking about it
0%-- We are not planning to go to e-books and we are not considering it.
How do you stay informed about new pedagogical technologies and techniques? Please choose your most frequent means of staying current.
22.2%-- Fellow teachers
11.1%-- Books or E-Books
0%-- School administration
How do you define 1:1?
76.9%-- One laptop per student, 24/7 access
53.8%-- One tablet (iPad, Zoom, etc) per student, 24/7 access
23.1%-- One small hand-held device (eg, iTouch), 24/7 access
15.4%-- One tablet (iPad, Zoom, etc) per student, school access only
7.7%-- One cell phone per student, 24/7 access
0%-- One laptop per student, school access only
0%-- One cell phone per student, school access only
0%-- One small hand-held device (eg, iTouch), school access only
How does your school or district factor in Student Voice?
42.9%-- Peer Assessment
28.6% -- Student-run technology committees
28.6%-- Including students in school-wide technology support
28.6% -- Including students on board committees
21.4%-- Student "academic leaders"/peer coaches
14.3%-- Including students on curriculum committees
14.3%-- Allowing students to teach lessons
How do you read?
100%-- Ebook reader (Kindle, Nook, etc.)
25%-- Tablet (iPad, etc.)
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