Shenandoah County Public Schools Instructional Technology Survey 2013
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Please select what role best fits you...
What kind of computer and Internet access do you have at home?
No computer at home
I have a computer, but no Internet access
I have a computer with dial-up Internet access
I have a computer with broadband Internet access (cable, satellite, DSL)
Select all the electronic devices listed below you have access to...
cell phone (without Internet access)
smart phone (with Internet access)
tablet computer - such as iPad, Android device
Digital Reader - such as Kindle, Nook
MP3 player - such as iPod
Hand-held game - such as GameBoy, Nintendo DS
Video Gaming System - such as xBox, Playstation, Wii
How important is the effective implementation of technology within instruction to our students' success?
Do you think our school division should allow the use of personal mobile devices (smartphones, iPods, iPads, Digital Readers, etc.) for educational purposes?
Which of these social media tools or applications do you use for your own personal interests? (check all that apply)
Facebook, Google +, or other social media sites
Wikis, blogs or other online discussion boards
Email, IM or text messaging
I use none of these
What concerns you the most about children using the Internet at school or home? (check all that apply)
Cheating, copyright issues
Meeting strangers online
Sharing too much personal information
Spending too much time on the Internet
I have no concerns
Which of these technology related items would you recommend to enhance student achievement in our schools? (check all that apply)
Allow students to bring their own devices (laptops, smartphones, Digital Readers, tablets, etc.) to school
Laptop computer for every student
Digital Reader (such as iPad, iPod, Kindle, Nook, etc.) for every student
Handheld student response systems (clickers)
Interactive whiteboards (SMART Boards)
Online and/or digital textbooks
How much do you agree with this statement: Shenandoah County Public Schools is doing a good job of using technology to enhance student achievement.
Please share any thoughts you have about the technology resources in our schools
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