Personal Digital Device Survey for Parents/Guardians of Secondary School Students
This is an anonymous survey to gather data about parents' 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.
What type of school does/do the secondary student/s in your care attend
Mix of sectors
Year level of the secondary student/s living with you
you can tick multiple options
Do the student/s in your care have their own laptop
Do the student/s in your care have their own digital tablet device
eg iPad, Samsung Galaxy, Iconia etc
Do the student/s in your care have their own smart phone that can connect to the Internet
Which statement best describes the use of their personal digital devices at school
you can tick more than one option
They are encouraged to use any of them at school and can connect them to the school network
They are encouraged to use any of them at school but cannot connect them to the school network
They can use the laptop and tablet but not the phone
They are not encouraged to use any personally owned digital device at school
Select the statement/s that reflect your opinion on the use of personally owned digital devices at school
you can pick more than one
I think the school should provide mobile digital devices for each student
I think students who have their own digital devices should be allowed to use them at school and be able to connect to treh school network
I don't think mobile phones should be used in class as a learning tool
Students in Years 10 to 12 should be allowed to bring and use whatever device they feel comfortable learning with
Are you aware of the school's acceptable user policy relating to students appropriate use of the Internet?
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