Technology Integration Snapshot Survey
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Active Integration
1. How often do you model the use of technology in the classroom to promote higher order thinking for students? 1=rarely ... 5=regularly
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2. How often do your students use technology in such a manner where the focus is on learning (rather than on the tools and devices)? 1=rarely ... 5=regularly
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3. How often do you give your students a choice of technology tools in order to complete an assignment? 1=rarely ... 5=regularly
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Collaborative Integration
4. How often do you use technology as a collaborative agent to seek partnerships outside of the classroom to give students access to experts and peers in other locations? 1=rarely ... 5=regularly
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5. How often do your students work interdependently on a project involving technology that requires shared responsibility and for them to make important decisions together? 1=rarely ... 5=regularly
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6. How often do your students use technology tools for collaboration with peers and experts outside their immediate geographical area? (e.g., text, voice, video chat applications, etc.) 1=rarely ... 5=regularly
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Constructive Integration
7. How often do you require your students to use technology to interpret, analyze, synthesize or evaluate content to build on prior knowledge? 1=rarely 5=regularly
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8. How often do your students construct and share knowledge in ways that would be impossible without technology? (e.g., use online surveys to poll large audiences, use time-lapse video to demonstrate the growth of a garden, use probeware to document environmental changes over time, etc.) 1=rarely ... 5=regularly
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9. How often do you give your students a choice of various technology tools for knowledge building? 1=rarely ... 5=regularly
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Authentic Integration
10. How often do your students explore the use of technology tools to participate in projects that have real-world application? (e.g., Project Based Learning, Inquiry Based Learning, Challenge Based Learning, etc.) 1=rarely ... 5=regularly
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11. How often do you promote innovative uses of technology tools in higher order learning activities that support connections of student-to-world beyond the instructional setting? 1=rarely ... 5=regularly
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12. How often do your students use technology to design a product that meets an authentic need of an actual audience? (e.g., lessons for another grade level, Public Service Announcements, songs or videos to educate the community about a local natural resource, etc.) 1=rarely ... 5=regularly
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Goal Directed Integration
13. How often do your students learn through meta-cognitive activities that may have been unattainable without the support of technology tools? (e.g., blogging with a purpose, using GPS data to solve a problem, using CAD software to design an object for 3-D printing to solve a problem, etc.) 1=rarely ... 5=regularly
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14. How often do you develop digital learning environments (that engage and enable students to monitor their own learning) and are only possible using technology? 1=rarely ... 5=regularly
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15. How often do you use technology for feedback in order for students to revise their own work? (This would include you providing feedback to students or allowing students to provide feedback to each other.) 1=rarely ... 5=regularly
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Access to technology
16. How many of your students have access to digital devices? (e.g., computer, tablet, wearable, phone, etc.) 1=none ... 5=most
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17. How many of your students have Internet access outside of school? (e.g., home, community, library, neighbor, etc.) 1=none ... 5=most
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18. Which best describes most of your students' socioeconomic status (SES)? 1=low ... 5=high
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19. Which best describes your current role?
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20. Optional - Please feel free to share any dynamic instructional practices using technology, as well as, HOW you've seen the learning process IMPROVED through technology.
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