"Thanks for the info, but I am looking for previous TLLP surveys on topics that are similar to mine. It's not the vehicle that I'm struggling with, it's coming up with the actual questions to ask the participants."
"It creates a spreadsheet immediately, as well as pie charts, etc. so google forms is the way to go.
It allows for a blend of questions so we will have some yes/no, some scale, possibly some choice/multiple choice, with short text and paragraph text…"
"That sounds like a good platform for running the survey. I'm now curious about the actual questions we would ask? Do you already have a set of questions done? Or know someone who does? Like someone from a past TLLP?
We will be going with google forms in our high school for the student and teacher surveys. We will be running with the same survey at the beginning, middle and end of each semester with entrance and exit interviews that will become mini-videos.…"
I imagine that in the past seven years, lots of surveys were created from scratch about various topic. For my TLLP, I am going to ask students about their engagement in Math and ask teachers and kids about the use of technology (iPads) in the class to help with engagement. I'm guessing there are a dozen other projects right now and/or in the past that will ask (or have asked) the same thing!Can we not get samples from past TLLPs or share new ones, so that we are all not starting from…See More
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