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mcgowank0233

SurveyMonkey: Free online survey software & questionnaire tool - 0 views

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      Internet research and data collection tools have increased in popularity over the last couple of years.  While these online survey products have been utilized by a variety of organizations, the field of education has embraced this instrument as a means to quickly obtain and analyze data in the form of questionnaires, surveys, as well as formative and summative assessments.  Free and paid subscriptions are available.
  • Create Surveys. Get Answers.
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  • Build your own surveys or choose from our templates.
  • Use our powerful analytical tools for intelligent insights.
  • Choose how to distribute and start collecting responses.
  • use surveys to make smarter decisions
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    Web 2.0 Tools
Jessica MKE

Discovery Education: Tech Tips Blog - 6 views

  • Turning the testing model on its headBy making the whole process more interactive, you put students in greater control of their learning, so they're more invested. Rather than top-down, it's more back-and-forth. It's more about learning for the sake of learning, not just for the sake of the grade. Getting the right answer is fun and rewarding; making mistakes is part of the learning process – less punitive, more forgiving, more encouraging.
    • Stacy Drinkwine Hauser
       
      This would help to fulfill the core curriculum standard for 11th grade English Language Arts.
  • Create online quizzes with the form application for free. This tutorial shows you how.
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  • Encourage students to create and share blogs, book reviews, journals, art and photography portfolios, videos and other creative work.
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    I am in the corporate world, and I take a lot of "boring" exams. I read a book, am expected to memorize everything in it to get a certification, there is no actual "application" or "hands on experience" required, just memorization. I am bookmarking this for future reference, because I think even at the adult level, application, and having fun while learning is absolutely key for them to actually retain what they are learning!
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    Tools for alternative testing
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    An idea, concept or story can be shared through a podcast or video.
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    This is useful for students to summarize a unit or explain a complex topic.
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    Students can summarize a unit or explain a complex topic.
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    hyperlinks to quiz creation sites, games...check out Google Drive. It was a good resource if the school doesn't provide another resource.
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    I would create a formative quiz, similar to an exit slip to have students try at home, or from their phones to be sure they meet the daily learning target.  I want to try having students record their lab summaries, along with at least one lab trial to post to a class website as a way to review previous labs.
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    I would create a formative quiz, similar to an exit slip to have students try at home, or from their phones to be sure they meet the daily learning target.  I want to try having students record their lab summaries, along with at least one lab trial to post to a class website as a way to review previous labs. Has anybody tried anything like this in their classroom? Thoughts?
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    Another survey possibility?
erik benton

Digital Education - Education Week - 1 views

  • Survey: Education Holding Its Ground on Tech. Integration
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    article on the pace of tech integration in k12 schools 
Maryruth Hicks

PollEverywhere.com Create real-time survey experiences at events using your mobile d... - 3 views

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    Love to use this in my face to face class to see if everyone is on the same page about content we are covering!
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    Use smart technology to survey and get real time results...great tool for learning communities.
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    This might be a great brainstorming tool to promote critical thinking skill-building.
Maggie Rouman

Mentimeter | Interact with your audience - 2 views

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    Mentimeter is the ultimate tool to interact with your audience - whether it's done in a business setting, during a lecture or simply for entertainment.We provide an easy-to-use web-based tool that enables you to create questions, collect answers and show the result in real time.Our goal is to make presentations more interactive, engaging and fun.
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    This is so cool!
Marissa Wilson

ProfilerPRO - Getting Groups the Knowledge They Need - 0 views

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    A website where you can create your own online surveys. Does a few things SurveyMonkey doesn't do (I think.)
Dennis OConnor

D2L Survey Overview - 4 views

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    Our D2L survey system can be a bit cranky. This video will show you how to properly submit a survey using this system.
Stephanie Vobornik

Advanced Survey - 1 views

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    An tool for creating, distributing and tracking online surveys. Allows to for a customized introduction page and a way to invite participants. This could be a good tool for doing a research based report or polling the Members of a course.
Dennis OConnor

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    Pdf of report on a survey of college profs. Details info on who is using twitter in hirer ed.
J. Norville

SurveyMonkey: Free online survey software & questionnaire tool - 0 views

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    Create your own survey here.
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    One of the many uses for this site - makes it easier for us to collect data for grouping students.
anonymous

Strategies to Evaluate Online Education - 10 views

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    The Minnesota Office of Higher Education offers an online survey for students to help determine if they are prepared for an online course.
Carolyn Jenkins

The Future of Online Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: The Survey Sa... - 0 views

    • Carolyn Jenkins
       
      Future of online teaching and learning = linking pedagogy, technology, and learner needs
  • Such responses indicate that respondents still see learning as content-driven, not based on social interactions and distributed intelligence. The emphasis remains on a knowledge-transmission approach to education, not one rich in peer feedback, online mentoring, or cognitive apprenticeship.
  • significant gap separated preferred and actual online instructional practices.
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  • Although some discussions in the literature relate to effective practices in the use of emerging technologies for online education, empirical evidence to support or refute the effectiveness of such technologies, or, perhaps more importantly, guidance on how to use such tools effectively based on empirical evidence, is lacking.
  • online survey
  • 42 questions grouped into three sections related to the current status and future trends of online education in higher educatio
  • 12,000 who received the e-mail request, 562 completed the surve
  • Again, the focus was on enhancing content and associated content delivery, not on the social interactions, cross-cultural exchanges, or new feedback channels that wider bandwidth could offer.
  • Given the demand for online learning, the plethora of online technologies to incorporate into teaching, the budgetary problems, and the opportunities for innovation, we argue that online learning environments are facing a "perfect e-storm," linking pedagogy, technology, and learner needs.2
  • Such responses indicate that higher education institutions might be wise to explore certificate and short-program offerings rather than full degree programs.
  • enhancing pedagogy is perhaps the most important factor in navigating the perfect e-storm
  • respondents said that training students to self-regulate their learning (22 percent) was needed most, followed by better measures of student readiness (17 percent), better evaluation of student achievement (17 percent), and better CMSs to track student learning. Nine percent said additional technology training is needed.
  • learning outcomes and pedagogical skills.
  • most important skills for an online instructor during the next few years will be how to moderate or facilitate learning and how to develop or plan for high-quality online courses (see Table 2).
  • online instructors are moderators or facilitators of student learning.26
  • findings also indicated that, in general, respondents envisioned the Web in the next few years more as a tool for virtual teaming or collaboration, critical thinking, and enhanced student engagement than as an opportunity for student idea generation and expression of creativity. This is not surprising, given that most instruction in higher education is focused on consumption and evaluation of knowledge, not on the generation of it.
  • Perhaps online training departments and units need to offer more examples of how to successfully embed creative and generative online tasks and activities.
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    Survey of on-line educators to learn what they think are the future on-line teaching and learning trends
ckephart

Poll Everywhere - 7 views

  • Live Audience Polling
  • What is Poll Everywhere? The fastest way to create stylish real-time experiences for events using mobile devices Poll Everywhere replaces expensive proprietary audience response hardware with standard web technology. It's the easiest way to gather live responses in any venue: conferences, presentations, classrooms, radio, tv, print — anywhere. It can help you to raise money by letting people pledge via text messaging. And because it works internationally with texting, web, or Twitter, its simplicity and flexibility are earning rave reviews.
  • Grading in-class quizzes
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  • Stop paying for expensive technicians, passing out clickers, configuring voting software, and lugging around bags full of keypads
  • What is Poll Everywhere? It is the best way to create stylish real-time experiences for events using mobile devices Poll Everywhere replaces expensive proprietary audience response hardware with standard web technology. It's the easiest way to gather live responses in any venue: conferences, presentations, classrooms, radio, tv, print — anywhere. And because it works internationally with texting, web, or Twitter, its simplicity and flexibility are earning rave reviews.
  • Text feedback to a presenter
  • Anonymous polls for sensitive topics
  • Brainstorming with 2000 people
  • Poll Everywhere is free for audiences of 40 people or less and we offer paid plans for larger audiences.
    • Kristin Lavorato
       
      Provides responses globally which can contribute to the global perspective
    • Kristin Lavorato
       
      This reminds me of some of the clicker elements that we have integrated into our schools in the recent years, but sometimes there are issues with this. By having this, we can integrate formative assessment quickly and receive immediate feedback. 
    • Kristin Lavorato
       
      Creating a poll quickly is definitely a point of appeal for teachers, and students can utilize this as well for check-ins after presentations. Not a bad idea for attention grabbers either!
    • Kait Sanford
       
      I have used this with my co-taught US History course and the students love being able to use their phones to give feedback or share opinions.
    • Samantha Fecich
       
      It gives students an educational purpose to use their phones. 
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      We used this tool in a meeting of educators and it worked great. One of my concerns about using this in school is that I wouldn't want to upset any students that did not have a phone or the ability to text.
  • Audience answers in real time using mobile phones, Twitter, or web browsers
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      This might be useful in "in-place" training on the warehouse floor to see if learners are benefiting from/liking/learning from instruction as it happens.
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    Free service limited to 30 students, after that for pay. Respond to polls on your website or via twitter, or by phone.
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    I have a sci teacher that allowed her students to use this with their cell phones/ipods during sex ed class. It was used as a means to anonymously ask questions that would usually be very embarrassing in a classroom setting. It worked great and students were able to use their personal devices as learning tools!
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    Another Web 2.0 tool which allows you to create polls. There is a free version, but also some priced versions too. Looks like a very flexible format!
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    A easier way to collect quantitative information anywhere and anytime.
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    This would work great with i-clickers!
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    Poll Everywhere is a great way to allow students to use their favorite piece of technology, their phones! I love using this site to create anticipation guides. Students' initial responses are anonymous, but the results can lead to great discussion.
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    I just took a look - I am wondering if I will be able to post math problems ... would love to be able to use it to ask questions to check for understanding periodically through the class.
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    Glad to see I don't have to buy a complicated clicker system in order to get real-time feedback from my class.
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    This is awesome tool that I plan on experimenting with for some of my classroom workshops. I was exposed to this type polling at a recent training conference that I attended. This will defintly reduce the paperwork.
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    This looks like a great tool for classroom polling. I often place a Keystone question into my power point and the class talks through the correct/incorrect answers & offers strategies on how to approach the questions in the future. This would be a fun way to get everyone involved.
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    Can do real time surveys and quizzes in the classroom. Know if students are understanding the material almost instantly. Like the potential for quick feedback and saving paper.Surveys and quizzes could be multiple choice or open-ended. Even usable in lower grades, probably third grade and up.
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    I've taught high school Spanish, grades 6-12 ESL, and Elementary Ed and I can see that this tool would be usable in all of these situations. Just tweak for the grade level and content. V ery usable with adults as well.
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    Gather anonymous, live responses to a poll/survey via text/cell phone. We recently used this during our retirement luncheon as a way to advertise advice and appreciation to the retirees.  Comments were shared anonymously on the Smartboard for all to see and share!
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    Poll Everywhere allows students to answer questions and share opinions using there Smartphones
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    I've used this tool successfully in the large conference environment. Could be useful for a live online class if you didn't want to compromise screen real estate.
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    We just had this introduced to are departments not to long ago, it's great for simple polls of what the students are thinking.
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    This would be a great tool to use in the classroom if you were taking a survey, asking questions, checking for understanding, etc.  This will give immediate feedback to the teacher or presenter.  
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    Good idea for PPYP? Use for class? Get most current phone numbers!
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    class polls/game shows activities.  Classroom assessments
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    This could be a useful tool for me when giving training "in place" on the warehouse floor to poll or survey students. 
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    Poll Everywhere is the easiest way to gather live responses in any venue... conferences, concerts, classrooms, and company off-sites - anywhere with internet. Seems like a great way to get audience responses to student presentations in class, and it might be great in higher ed.
Ted Gavlin

SurveyMonkey: Free online survey software & questionnaire tool - 0 views

  • SurveyMonkey has a single purpose: to enable anyone to create professional online surveys quickly and easily.
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    Powerful tool for surveys online. Online survey software make sshort surveys easy.
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    Great tool for creating a survey... along with analyzing the data
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    Survey Monkey is an easy-to-use tool for the creation of online surveys.
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    Survey Monkey is an easy-to-use tool for the creation of online surveys. It is very easy to create and share a survey or questionnaire with colleagues. The site also makes it easy to analyze the collected data.
Dennis OConnor

Create free online surveys and polls with PollDaddy.com - Use our award winning survey ... - 0 views

  • With your free account from PollDaddy you can now create surveys and polls for your website, blog and social network profiles. Find out what your visitors are thinking today. Create your surveys and polls using our custom templates or create your own. Use our in-depth reporting engine to aggregate, print and export your results.
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    Highly recommended polling and survey software. Could be useful for creating surveys in for use in Moodle. (the moodle survey tools are flawed.)
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