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Fall Tech Skills Survey Results

I know that when I was in the classroom, I hated filling out surveys and never knowing what came of them. So I wanted to get the results from my tech skills survey I did this fall out to you can see the rhym and reason I have for what I'm covering each week.

  • 129 people responded between the two schools; it included ed techs, special ed, support staff, and teachers.
  • 37% of the respondents have some sort of web presence
  • How do you rate yourself in terms of general comfort with technology? On a scale of 1 (least comfortable) to 5 (most comfortable), the average score was 3.73.

When asked to rate themselves for a series of tools within Google and Infinite campus (0=no knowledge, 1=basic knowledge, 2=very proficient), the averages ranged from 0.13 to 1.42 (out of 2). I am trying to chose the skills that would make the biggest impact for our staff and have workshops or put out information about them as quickly as I can. My goal is to help you see the tools that we already have and take advantage of them to make your life easier. As I schedule workshop dates, I am filling in the week that I am covering that skill in the "WS Date" column.



I plan to administer the exact same survey again in the spring so we can track our improvements. This also plays in to my iObservation goals, so thank you to everyone that filled it out for me this fall.


As always, let me know what you think about this post!

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