Data Analysis of Student Technology and Learning Survey by alextt

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									          Data Analysis of Student Technology and Learning Survey

Community Connections: To what extent do the technology and learning initiatives reflect a mutually
beneficial partnership between the educational system and local community?

   Critical questions:
    Are classes offered for parents to learn about technology? (See Question #14)
    Is technology providing an extension of experiences for learning and working between home and
       school? (See Section 3)

Equitable Learning Experiences: To what extent are students afforded the same technology-supported
learning experiences?

   Critical questions:
    What percentage of students uses technology more than one hour a week?
    What subjects are students using technology in the most?
    Are there specific practices and programs identified for all students? (See section 2, are there
       any tools that the majority of students rate themselves as proficient? This will indicate whether
       there are specific programs in place.) *This is also related to Student Performance.
    Is tool use reaching the majority of students? Which tools are used most frequently? (See
       Section 2 & 3)

Instructional Practices: To what extent are teachers using technology to create and support a student-
centered learning environment?

   Critical questions:
    Where are the majority of technology uses on ETP’s Technology and Learning Spectrum
       (literacy, adapting, or transforming)? (See Section 3)
    Are students using technology in ways that support the engaged learning variables? (See
       question #8 and Section 3; Research indicates cooperative learning produces greater student
       achievement than traditional learning methodologies (Slavin, 1984).
    Are students able to choose to use technology for class projects? (This is also an indication of
       Equitable Deployment. Do students have access to equipment for anywhere, anytime
       learning?)

Student Performance: To what extent is technology providing new/enhancing student learning
experiences?

   Critical questions:
    Are students proficient with technology? What are the top student skills with technology (See
       Section 2)? *This is also related to Equitable Learning Experiences.
    Are students using technology to support the Six Essential Learnings? (information seeker,
       communicator, technologist, critical thinker, creator of knowledge, responsible citizen,)
Ubiquitous Access: To what extent is the availability and organization of technology tools sufficient to
support instructional and learning practices?

   Critical questions:
    Where do students primarily use technology at school? (See Question #9, 10)

								
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