Team Tech

Please complete the followoing survey by responding to each of the questions. Each question is phrased with the beginning stem of "In your experience as a teacher..."

Name


  1. In your experience as a teacher do you use presentation software such as PowerPoint or Keynote to create multimedia presentations?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...place resources on a webpage to be accessed by students as a part of a lesson?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...calculate students' grades using an electronic gradebook or spreadsheet?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...create charts and graphs of numerical data using a spreadsheet?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...search the Web for resources supportive of the learning environment?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...capture images using a digital camera and transfer them to a computer?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...apply multiple strategies to troubleshoot a computer that is not working properly?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...save and access files on the district's network?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...feel comfortable in your ability to choose technology resources such as calculators, data collection probes, videos, educational software, the Web to support instruction?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...use technology resources such as the Web, calculators, data collection probes, videos, educational software in learning activities that are interdisciplinary?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...provide students with opportunities to use the multimedia applications of iLife such as iMovie, Garage Band, iDVD, and iTunes?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...enable students to analyze original work created through technology-integrated lessons?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...evaluate classroom management when students use technology resources in classroom activities?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...use instructional strategies such as whole group, collaborative, individualized, and learner-centered for grouping students for project work?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...provide instructional activities which require students to create multimedia presentations with Keynote and/or PowerPoint?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...provide opportunities for students to access school and community resources that provide technological and/or discipline specific expertise?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...use tools such as rubrics, checklists, journals for self- and peer-assessment in crtiquing student work?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...teach students strategies to assess the quality of information they gather via the Web and/or other technologies?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...encourage students with technology interests to share their expertise with their peers?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...use Web 2.0 tools such as blogging, wikis and podcasts with your students?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...use technology tools such as electronic gradebook software, spreadsheets, databases, on-line forms, a personal digital device to analyze student performance data?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...use technology tools such as electronically generated graphs, charts, multimedia presentations, web pages to communicate student performance data?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...in your experience as a teacher do ou use email and/or other forms of electronic communication to facilitate communication with parents and guardians?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...evaluate the potential of new/emerging technologies for adressing professional or work-related needs?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...participate in technology-based collaboration such as on-line collaborative curriculum projects, blogs, or newsgroups to stay abreast of new and emerging technologies supportive of learning?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...enforce classroom procedures that guide students' safe and healthy use of technology?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...model the guidelines of Bloomington's acceptable use policy when using technology and information with students, staff and community?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...create activities that are project- based and student-centered for use by your students?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...use the mobile carts with your students as part of a learning activity?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others


  1. ...ensure that your students achieve the district's technology literacy standards for their grade level?
    Not at all
    Minimally
    Confidently
    Able to teach others