Computer Science Programming Survey
Course Entrance
Selection Questionnaire
Which period do you have this class? *
What class are you currently enrolled in, this period? *
What grade are you in? *
What is your first name? *
Your answer
What is your last name? *
Your answer
What is your Google Doc URL you will use for daily Agenda Assignments this class? *
Sign in to google using your jeffcoschools email > Create New Document > Save as "Programming, Your Name, Per #" > Click FILE > PUBLISH TO THE WEB > PUBLISH > OK > Then, COPY AND PASTE THIS URL to paste in this blank
Your answer
What is your school email address? *
Your answer
Do you plan to study Computer Science Technology in college? *
This includes any fields related to Computer Science, Programming, Data Science, Computer Engineering, Multimedia, Digital Art, Web Design, Digital Music, Architecture, or any related field
Did you join this class because... *
Which programming languages do you already know with at least basic knowledge? *
Other than this class, have you taken any other Media or Art class in high school? *
This includes Photo, Video, Multimedia Graphics, Intro to Computer Science or Programming OR Digital Recording Studio
Which aspect(s) of Digital Media most interests you? *
Please check all that apply
Have you ever talked about Careers with your High School Counselor? *
Have you ever talked careers with your parent / guardian(s) about what you plan to study in College or what job you will work after high school? *
Which career do you think you would like to study after high school? *
Your answer
Are you somebody who... *
Please select all that apply...
If we could include another Digital Media class, which would interest you most? *
Please select all that apply
If you were to take a Senior Capstone Class in Media, which would you prefer to study and create large projects in? *
Please select your top choice
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