1.What is your primary job assignment this year?
2.What type of school are you currently assigned to? (Check all that apply)
3.Which of the following describes your current top challenges- the ones most likely to "wake you up" in the middle of the night? (Check all that apply)
4.Thinking about the mission or vision of your school, what is the relative importance of the effective use of technology within learning in helping you achieve that mission or vision?
5.On average, what type of access do students in your school have to mobile devices this school year (e.g.; tablets, laptops, Chromebooks)?
6.Why is the effective use of technology in school important to support current student learning? (Check all that apply)
7.What are the best ways to measure student engagement in learning with digital tools, content, and resources? Check all that apply.
8.Educators debate the impact of mobile devices such as laptops, tablets, and Chromebooks on student learning. For each of the outcomes listed, please indicate what level of impact you think the inclusion of such mobile devices in the classroom has had on student outcomes.
9.Which of these policies best represents your current school policy regarding students’ use of their personal devices on campus?
10.Thinking about students' use of their personal smartphones on campus, which of the following statements reflects your beliefs? (Check all that are true for you.)
11.To what level do you agree or disagree with the statement: Our school creates an environment where the ideas of students about how to improve school and their education are regularly solicited and we have a process for acting upon those ideas.
12.Imagine you are in charge of building a new school. Rate the following tools and approaches based on their potential to help students be the most successful with their learning.
13.Please read each item below. If you think it is an important digital citizenship topic for students to learn about, please indicate who you think should have primary responsibility for talking about it with students.
14.Considering digital citizenship instruction in your school, where are your students learning the essential skills listed in the previous question?
15.In your school, who is primarily responsible for providing direct instruction on digital citizenship and facilitating student discussions around decision-making when online?
16.Within your school or district which of these factors would influence a decision to provide or expand online courses or virtual education offerings for students?
17.Which initiatives or resources, acquired through pandemic funding, will be incorporated into your school's ongoing plans for the future?
18.Are any of the following concerns for you right now as an education leader? Please select the ones that apply to you.
19.Relative to school safety and security issues, what is your current level of concern about your school(s) specifically?
20.What are the challenges you face in effectively communicating with or engaging parents in their child’s learning or school life?
21.On average, how would you rate your teachers’ skills today with these classroom activities and instructional tasks?
22.What challenges or barriers do you think hold your teachers back from using technology to design active learning experiences that address the variability of learners in their classroom?
23.As a building leader, what are you (and your administrative colleagues) doing to support teachers in their journey to use technology more effectively within their instructional practice? Check all that apply at your school.
24.What would be most beneficial to help you become a more effective digital instructional leader at your school?
25.The following are professional learning topics for teachers. Which of these represent your school's priorities for teacher professional learning this year?
26.Which of the following types of professional learning experiences have helped or would help you be a more effective leader for your teachers with technology integration? Please rank the following from 1 to 9 with 1 being the most helpful and 9 being the least helpful for you.
27.The use of technology within the learning environment can potentially help a teacher address many different purposes or objectives. Thinking about how technology is being used in most of your classrooms, how often are you seeing technology used for these purposes?
28.Below is a list of ideas that educators have proposed to address why the digital usage divide persists. How would you rate these ideas in terms of being helpful for your teachers?
29.What types of learning skills/experiences do you think pre-service teachers should acquire prior to earning a teaching credential or certificate? (Check all that apply) New teachers should know how to:
30.In the past year, which of these things have you done on your own (not district-directed or part of a formalized professional development class) to improve your teaching effectiveness? (Check all that apply)
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32.At the end of this school year, how many years of leadership/administrative experience will you have?
33.Race or Cultural Identity
34.Are you a member of any of these national education professional associations? (Check all that apply)
35.In the past year, which of these conferences/events have you attended (in person or virtually)? Check all that apply.