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1 Clarity High School Student Survey Instructions Take 10 minutes to help your school with technology in the classroom. This is an anonymous survey regarding your technology use. It will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Your answers are very important! They will help your school choose the right technology for your classroom. There are no right or wrong answers. Everyone will have a different set of answers to these questions, depending on his/her different experiences. Thank you for your time and ideas! ACCESS 1. How often do you use computers in class? * Almost daily Weekly Every few I don't do this 2. Do you have a school-owned mobile device to use in class (laptop, netbook,...)? * Yes, and I can take it home every night Yes, and I can sometimes take it home Yes, but I can't take it home I don't have one of these at school

2 3. Do you personally own a... * Desktop computer Mobile computer (laptop, netbook,...) Tablet (Android, ipad, Windows,...) Smartphone (Android, Blackberry, iphone, Windows,...) e-reader (Kindle, Nook,...) Music device (ipod, MP3 player,...) Digital camera (photo and/or video) Yes, and I'm the only user Yes, and I share it No, I don't have one 4. Do you have Internet access at home? * Yes No Is your Internet at home wireless? * Yes No I don't know SKILLS 5. How easy is it for you to... * Send an Attach a printer to my computer Create a spreadsheet Edit a photo Very Easy Easy Moderate Hard I can't do this

3 Record and edit audio Record and edit a video Download and/ or install software/apps Collaborate using online documents (Dropbox, Google Docs,...) Use web tools to receive online information (RSS feeds, Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter feeds,...) Find out if online content is trustworthy 6. Do you agree with the following statements? * I learn technology easily. When I am confronted with a technologyrelated problem, I usually find good solutions. Strongly agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly disagree 7. How often do you do the following online? * Download photos from a camera or phone Download music or other content to your phone or MP3 Play games on your computer or phone Send text messages Buy things online Look at friends' photos or videos online Chat on the Internet (IM, Facebook, Google Chat,...) Read online content (news, magazine articles, blogs,...) Write reviews (Amazon, Yelp,...), blog, and/or comment on a blog post Almost daily Weekly Every few

4 8. How often do you use the following social networks? * Facebook Google+ LinkedIn Twitter Almost daily Weekly Every few 9. If you wanted to learn more about something, how often would you... * All of the time More than half of the time Less than half of the time Rarely None of the time Ask a question in an online network (Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter,...) Search the Internet (Bing, Google, Yahoo!, YouTube,...) Buy a book Ask a friend or teacher Go to the library CLASSROOM 10. Who has talked to you about how to use the Internet and cell phones responsibly from the list below? Check all that apply... * Your parent(s)/ guardian(s) A teacher or another adult at school A sibling or other family member A friend or schoolmate Community member/ coach A librarian Websites

5 No one has talked to me about this 11. How often do a majority of your teachers ask you to... * At least Every few Use an online space for documents (Dropbox, Google Docs,...) Collaborate online with classmates Collaborate online with students at other schools 12. How often do a majority of your teachers ask you to... * At least Every few Write online (blog post, social network post,...) Receive feedback from others IN class Receive feedback ONLINE from someone other than your teacher (an outside expert, another student in the class or at a different school,...) Use chat or video chat applications (IM, GoogleTalk, Skype,...) Collaborate online with your teachers Use web tools to receive online information (RSS feeds, Google+, LinkedIn, Twitter feeds,...) 13. How often do a majority of your teachers ask you to... * At least Every few Use a digital camera (photo and/or video) * Develop or present multimedia presentations using technology * Create and upload art, music, movies, webcasts * Create e-portfolios *

6 Create animations, develop or run demonstrations, models, or simulations * Solve problems that require math by using tools (graphing calculators, GeoGebra,...) * 14. How often do a majority of your teachers ask you to... * At least Every few I don't use this Conduct research online * Conduct experiments or perform measurements using technology * Identify and solve authentic problems using technology * Collect and analyze data using technology * Make an argument using evidence from online sources * 15. How often do a majority of your teachers teach the following... * At least Every few How to cite information I find online (articles, images, videos, audio,...) * How to share information about myself online * How to act respectfully online * How to respond to online bullying * How to recognize trustworthy online content * 16. How often do you get to choose what you learn about? * Almost daily Weekly Every few

7 ENVIRONMENT 17. What are the major obstacles to using technology in school? Check all that apply... * I don't have the necessary skills My classes don't require using technology School technology isn't good enough School rules limit my technology use My school has different computers/ software than I am used to 18. Are you part of a student group that provides technology support at school (fixing computers, updating software, answering people's questions,...)? * Yes No 19. How strongly do you agree with the following statements? * Technology use in the classroom can enhance my learning. I am more engaged when using technology. My school encourages technology use for teaching and learning. I want to learn more about effective technology use for learning. I think that computers and technology enhance my daily life. Strongly agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly disagree Miscellaneous 20. What grade are you in? *

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