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End of the Year Technology Survey

I sent the survey to just about every teacher at the high school and middle school a few moments ago. But I also wanted to send it out via my blog to try and increase my reach. I will be posting it to Staff Talks later this week as well.

I know that the end of the year is a crazy time for everyone. But it is important for me to get your feedback from the year and to assess what our collective skill level is in regards to technology. Last fall I sent out (almost) the same survey and now I'm checking in to see how we have improved. If you wouldn't mind taking a moment to fill it out for me at your earliest convenience, that would be awesome. I'm putting together my report  for the school board and your feedback will help me with that. 
Click here to access the survey
Thank you so much! I can't believe the year is almost over!


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