Teacher Technology Survey

This survey is 10 questions and can be completed in just a few minutes. Your answers are anonymous and the results of this survey will inform the schools ICT direction.

Only fill out this survey if you are a practising classroom teacher. Support staff, administrators, school leadership (including ICT leaders) need not fill this out.

This survey is part of a wider initiative by the Educational Technology Consortium of Victoria in an effort to improve technology in Victorian schools. For more info visit: etcv.vic.edu.au
I am confident using the following for teaching:
N/A
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly agree
Classroom AV (Projector / TV)
Collaborative documents (Google / Office)
Computer labs / pods
Internet (Online resources, web apps, etc)
My teacher device
Print & copy
Student 1to1 devices
I find the following reliable:
N/A
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly agree
Classroom AV (Projector / TV)
Collaborative documents (Google / Office)
Computer labs
Internet & WiFi
My teacher device
Print & copy
Student 1to1 devices
I find the following useful to my teaching:
N/A
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly agree
Classroom AV (Projector / TV)
Collaborative documents (Google / Office)
Computer labs
Internet (Online resources, web apps, etc)
My teacher device
Print & copy
Student 1to1 devices
I find the following easy to access:
N/A
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly agree
Classroom AV (Projector / TV)
Collaborative documents (Google / Office)
Computer labs
Internet (Online resources, web apps, etc)
Logging in to school services (passwords)
My Teacher Device
Print & copy
Student 1to1 Devices
How supported are you when using technology?
Not at all supported
Very supported
Are the technologies you need readily available?
Not at all available
Very available
When teaching students, how often is technology used to:
Not at all
Rarely
Monthly
Weekly
Daily
Coach and monitor student progress
Collaborate on group work
Communicate (with students & teachers)
Conduct research
Create rich media like video, games, podcast, etc
Demonstrate student knowledge (have students create work)
Differentiate learning
Perform assessment
How do you acquire new skills with technology:
What technologies are we missing you would find widely useful?
Your answer
What can our school do to better support teachers to use ICT?
Your answer
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