Behavior and Attitudes about Teaching with Technology (BATT post test) )

Please select one answer for each question.
The response answers are as follows:
1 Strongly Agree
2. Agree
3. Disagree
4. Strongly Disagree

Name (optional): 


  1. Using technology makes me a more effective teacher.
     
      1 2 3 4  
    Strongly Agree  Strongly Disagree


  1. I find the use of technology to be motivating.
     
      1 2 3 4  
    Strongly Agree  Strongly Disagree


  1. I know strategies necessary to integrate technology effectively.
     
      1 2 3 4  
    Strongly Agree  Strongly Disagree


  1. I believe technology should be integrated in lesson plan design.
     
      1 2 3 4  
    Strongly Agree  Strongly Disagree


  1. I would like to integrate more technology into my classroom.
     
      1 2 3 4  
    Strongly Agree  Strongly Disagree


  1. I feel comfortable asking others in the school for help with technology.
     
      1 2 3 4  
    Strongly Agree  Strongly Disagree


  1. Even though I might not feel like an expert with a particular software program, I feel comfortable using it in the classroom.
     
      1 2 3 4  
    Strongly Agree  Strongly Disagree


  1. I feel comfortable using a variety of assessment strategies to evaluate student projects that involve technology.
     
      1 2 3 4  
    Strongly Agree  Strongly Disagree


  1. Select the statement that most closely describes the way you use technology.
    Do not use technology; no TV, in fact, still cook over an open fire!
    Use technology for personal purposes.
    Experimenting with technology professionally or instructionally but not sure of its usefulness.
    Use technology to complete traditional professional task: email, word processing, gradebook, digital slideshow, presentation equipment.
    Design lessons for students to use technology such as digital slide shows, database, Internet research, word processing, etc.
    Design 1 or 2 authentic, problem-based lessons that integrate technology such as webquests, online projects, virtual fieldtrips, digital portfolios, etc.
    Design more than half as authentic, problem-based lessons that integrate technology such as webquests, online projects, virtual fieldtrips, digital portfolios, etc.
    Use technology to completely change your approach to teaching and learning in the classroom.