Camden County Schools Technology Survey



  1. Select your grade. 


  1. Select your school. 


  1. Do you (or your parents/guardians) own a personal computer?

    Yes
    No


  1. Do you have Internet access (i.e. the World Wide Web) from your personal computer?
    Yes
    No


  1. If you do not have a computer at home, do you have a relative who has a computer that you can use.
    Yes
    No


  1. If your family has access to a computer, how often do you use it?
    Never
    Once or twice a year
    Monthly
    Weekly
    Almost daily


  1. How do you access computers at school? Check all that apply.
    Individually
    As a whole class
    In small groups
    In pairs
    In the computer lab


  1. You decide when you want to use a computer to work on assignments.
    Always
    Often
    Sometimes
    Rarely
    Never


  1. How often do you use a computer to complete the following tasks? Check the response that most accurately describes how often you use each of the following software programs/tools.
    1. Never, 2. Once or twice a year, 3. Monthly, 4. Weekly, 5. Almost daily.

            1 2 3 4 5      
      Play games Never Almost Daily  
      Do schoolwork Never Almost Daily  
      Creating documents (Word Processing) Never Almost Daily  
      Perform calculations with spreadsheets Never Almost Daily  
      Create presentations (like PowerPoint) Never Almost Daily  
      Create a computer program Never Almost Daily  
      Create a database Never Almost Daily  
      Produce multimedia projects Never Almost Daily  
      Use the Internet Never Almost Daily  
      Search for information on the Internet Never Almost Daily  
      Communicate through e-mail Never Almost Daily  
      Use tutorials/drill and practice - (My Skills Tutor, Cornerstone, Typing Tutor) Never Almost Daily  
      Work with graphics and pictures Never Almost Daily  


  1. When using a word processor, for example Microsoft Word, check the statement that most accurately describes how much help you need.
    I have never used one.
    I always need help.
    I sometimes need help.
    I rarely need help.
    I never need help.
    I can help others. I am an expert.


  1. When using a spreadsheet program, for example Excel, check the statement that most accurately describes how much help you need.
    I have never used one.
    I always need help.
    I sometimes need help.
    I rarely need help.
    I never need help.
    I can help others. I am an expert.


  1. When using computer games, check the statement that most accurately describes how much help you need.
    I have never used one.
    I always need help.
    I sometimes need help.
    I rarely need help.
    I never need help.
    I can help others. I am an expert.


  1. When using a presentation software, for example PowerPoint, check the statement that most accurately describes how much help you need.
    I have never used one.
    I always need help.
    I sometimes need help.
    I rarely need help.
    I never need help.
    I can help others. I am an expert.


  1. When using a data base, for example Access, check the statement that most accurately describes how much help you need.
    I have never used one.
    I always need help.
    I sometimes need help.
    I rarely need help.
    I never need help.
    I can help others. I am an expert.


  1. When using the Internet (web pages), check the statement that most accurately describes how much help you need.
    I have never used one.
    I always need help.
    I sometimes need help.
    I rarely need help.
    I never need help.
    I can help others. I am an expert.


  1. When using email, (Outlook, E-pals, Yahoo, Hotmail, Google or others), check the statement that most accurately describes how much help you need.
    I have never used one.
    I always need help.
    I sometimes need help.
    I rarely need help.
    I never need help.
    I can help others. I am an expert.


  1. When using Drill and Skill Tutorials, (My Skills Tutor, Cornerstone), check the statement that most accurately describes how much help you need.
    I have never used one.
    I always need help.
    I sometimes need help.
    I rarely need help.
    I never need help.
    I can help others. I am an expert.


  1. When working with computer graphics and pictures, check the statement that most accurately describes how much help you need.
    I have never used one.
    I always need help.
    I sometimes need help.
    I rarely need help.
    I never need help.
    I can help others. I am an expert.


  1. When using interactive media, (MAKING webpages or Interactive Games), check the statement that most accurately describes how much help you need.
    I have never used one.
    I always need help.
    I sometimes need help.
    I rarely need help.
    I never need help.
    I can help others. I am an expert.


  1. When using computer programming tools, check the statement that most accurately describes how much help you need.
    I have never used one.
    I always need help.
    I sometimes need help.
    I rarely need help.
    I never need help.
    I can help others. I am an expert.


  1. Place a check under the response that most accurately describes your level of agreement with the following statements.

            1 2 3 4 5      
      Computers make schoolwork easier to do Strongly agree  Strongly disagree  
      I prefer to use computers to do schoolwork instead of using pencil and paper Strongly agree  Strongly disagree  
      Using computers for schoolwork can also have disadvantages Strongly agree  Strongly disagree  
      Computers make schoolwork more fun and interesting Strongly agree  Strongly disagree  
      Computers help me improve the quality of my schoolwork Strongly agree  Strongly disagree  
      Computers help me understand my classes better Strongly agree  Strongly disagree  
      I need to learn many new skills to use computers for my schoolwork Strongly agree  Strongly disagree  
      I generally enjoy schoolwork Strongly agree  Strongly disagree  
      I want to learn more about computers Strongly agree  Strongly disagree  


  1. Computer Ethics and Digital Citizenship.

            1 2 3 4 5      
      I know what it means to be a good digital citizen. Strongly agree  Strongly disagree  
      I know how to keep safe when I am online Strongly agree  Strongly disagree  
      I know the county's rules for using computers and the internet in school. Strongly agree  Strongly disagree  
      I know how to evaluate websites. Strongly agree  Strongly disagree