Assessing your 1:1 Initiative: Sharing Teacher and Student Surveys from Graded – The American School of Sao Paulo, Brazil

This is cross posted at 1to1SchoolsNet

In November, I wrote about “Periodic Dipsticking” to assess a 1:1 initiative. Graded – The American School of Sao Paulo, Brazil, is doing just that as they pilot a one to one laptop program in their sixth grade. The team used a variety of sources to develop teacher and student surveys to meet their needs and the data from these surveys will help them assess how the initiative is going and drive future planning. Hopefully these examples will provide you with ideas on how to assess your program.

Sources

Bebell, Damian. “Technology Promoting Student Excellence: An Investigation of the First Year of 1:1 Computing in New Hampshire Middle Schools.” Thesis. Boston College, 2005

Dalgarno, Nancy Jane. “Compulsory Laptop Programs: Teacher’s Responses to the Adoption and Implementation Process.” Thesis. Ontario, Canada, Queen’s University, 2009.
The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, North Carolina 1:1 Learning Collaborative

Grimes, Douglas, and Mark Warschauer. “Learning with Laptop: A Multi-Method Case Study.” J. Educational Computing Research 38.3 (2008): 305-32.

Sources
Bebell, Damian. “Technology Promoting Student Excellence: An Investigation of the First Year of 1:1 Computing in New Hampshire Middle Schools.” Thesis. Boston College, 2005

Grimes, Douglas, and Mark Warschauer. “Learning with Laptop: A Multi-Method Case Study.” J. Educational Computing Research 38.3 (2008): 305-32.

Lee, Talisha H., Dewey G. Cornell, and Joanna C. M. Cole. “Concurrent Validity of the Olweus Bully/Victim Questionnaire.” Virginia Youth Violence Project 2001. March 2010 <http://youthviolence.edschool.virginia.edu/pdf/2006-APA-concurrent-validity-of-the-olweus-bully-victim-questionnaire.pdf>

Livingstone, Pamela. “One-to-One: The Student View”. March 2010. <http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?key=pqizg5fIDTBgGGGP2XSJmNw&hl=en>

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