Personal Digital Device Survey for Secondary Teachers
This is an anonymous survey to gather data about teachers' opinions on the concept of students openly using their own personal digital devices (including smart phones) as a learning tool at school. It will be used by Dr Tim Kitchen
in a series of education conference presentations.
Your type of school
Your role at the school
you can tick more than one
head of faculty
teacher of IT/Multimedia
principal or deputy principal
Which of these statements best describe your school's policy on the use of laptops
My school encourages students to use their own laptops in class as a learning tool
My school only allows students to use specific types of laptops in class
My school provides students with laptops to use when required
My school does not use laptops
Which of these statements best describe your school's policy on the use of digital tablet devices
My school encourages students to use their own digital tablet devices in class as a learning tool
My school only allows students to use specific types of digital tablet devices in class
My school provides students with digital tablet devices to use when required
My school does not use digital tablet devices
Which of these statements best describe your school's policy on the use of smart phones
My school encourages students to use smart phone in class as a learning tool
My school allows students to use smartphones but not during class lessons
My school doesn't allow students to use smartphones while at school
Rate the educational value of students being able to bring digital devices to school, connect them to the school network and use them in class.
How difficult do you think it is (or would be) to manage students with open access to their personal digital devices?
Which statements best describe your school (you may need to communicate with your network administrator)
You can pick more than one
We have an open BYOD (bring your own device) approach and allows students and teachers to connect their personal devices to our network.
We are considering a BYOD approach
We allow a limited number of student owned personal digital devices on the school network
We only allow teacher's personal digital devices onto the school network
We don't have any non-school owned devices on our network
We have not considered a BYOD approach
We are open to allowing students to bring in and use their laptops and tablets but not phones
Students can bring in and use any device they like but will not be able to link them to our network
We have a well communicated and up to date acceptable user policy relating to students approriate use of the Internet
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