Your #notabookstudy Learning Experience
#NotABookStudy
was an OPEN learning opportunity organized by the Northeastern Ontario Mathematics Leadership Network (MLN).

We appreciate your anonymous, honest responses to the questions below. Your feedback will help us design future professional learning opportunities.

Who are you?
This survey is anonymous, but we would like to understand your current role.
Please select the role that best describes you.
What You've Learned
How has #notabookstudy impacted your professional practice?
What new professional practice(s) will you implement as a result of #notabookstudy?
Your answer
Please rate how well the CONTENT of #notabookstudy met your professional learning needs.
Please rate how #notabookstudy contributed to your understanding of how to learn and teach mathematics.
Did not contribute to understanding
Contributed greatly to understanding
Please rate how #notabookstudy contributed to your understanding of how to learn and teach multiplication and division.
Did not contribute to understanding
Contributed greatly to understanding
Please rate how #notabookstudy contributed to your understanding of how children learn, and how to teach children.
Did not contribute to understanding
Contributed greatly to understanding
Strongly Disagree
Disagree
Agree
Strongly Agree
Not Applicable
I feel that #notabookstudy has helped me to become a better math teacher/leader
I feel that the #notabookstudy activities made me more ‘‘intentional’’ in my teaching and/or leadership of mathematics
The learning format of #notabookstudy
Please help us understand your preferred method of online learning and reflection.
Please rate the following #notabookstudy components according to how valuable each was to your learning (this refers to listening, reading, watching, not the content). Please leave the question blank if you did not use this feature.
Not Valuable at all
Somewhat Valuable
Valuable
Quite Valuable
Listening to the Live Radio Show (with Dr. Cathy Fosnot)
Reading Tweets on the Live Backchannel on Twitter (Tuesdays)
Listening to Podcasted Recordings of the Radio Show
Reading the Tweets on the Tuesday Twitter Backchannel during the live radio show.
Reading the posts on the Facebook #notabookstudy Group
Reading the items posted on the Google+ Groups
Reading the Collaborative Blogs
Reading the posted Quad Blogs
Reading the book: Young Mathematicians at Work: Constructing Multiplication and Division
Reading the newsletter
Please rate the following #notabookstudy components according to how valuable each was to your learning (this refers to your active participation - writing, contributing). Please leave the question blank if you did not contribute to this feature.
Not Valuable at all
Somewhat Valuable
Valuable
Quite Valuable
Participating on the Live Radio Show and AfterGlow
Tweeting during the Live Backchannel on Twitter (Tuesdays)
Tweeting during the Twitter chat (Thursdays)
Contributing to the Twitter feed i(#notabookstudy)
Posting on Facebook #notabookstudy Group
Posting on the Google+ Groups
Writing or commenting on the Collaborative Blogs
Writing or commenting on Quad Blogs
Writing on your Personal Blog
Recording a podcast
About how many hours did you spend learning through #notabookstudy in an average week? (Please include any activity related to #notabookstudy such as reading the book, looking at the website, listening to podcasts, reading Tweets, looking at the newsletter, checking the Facebook group, writing reflections, etc.)
Your answer
I found it difficult to find time to:
Yes
No
Not Applicable
Read the chapter each week
Listen to the radio broadcast live
Listen to the podcast
Participate in the Twitter chat
Reflect on the learning
Have intentional conversations about my learning
Participate in #notabookstudy activities
Read the newsletters
Please share what, if anything, you would change, add or delete from #notabookstudy
Your answer
Your New Professional Connections
During #notabookstudy, approximately how many new educators did you connect with in your board?
Your answer
During #notabookstudy, approximately how many new educators did you connect with outside of your board?
Your answer
In the Future...
How likely are you to participate in professional learning similar to #notabookstudy in the future?
Not very likely
Yes, I would be most likely to participate
If you answered "not very likely", what is preventing you from participating?
Your answer
If you answered "not very likely", what might change your mind?
Your answer
Strongly Disagree
Disagree
Agree
Strongly Agree
After #notabookstudy, I am more likely to recommend online self-directed professional learning to other educators
I feel that #notabookstudy added value to my professional practice.
What professional learning might you seek next? (content and pedagogical perspectives)
Your answer
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