This page is a journal of the updates of additions to this Google Sites page.
Created draft instrument to use with teachers in a K-12 school district. Should I put into a GoogleDocs form? I want teachers to fill out single page (two sides) in a staff meeting or workshop for higher response rate. Not sure I can get a high response rate if it is online (fill it out when you have time...). I think I will create a form, but use it for inputting data from paper forms.
Converted Abrami et. al. (2007) surveys into Word doc. Next step: GoogleDocs.
On the first page, I added link to the study published by Phil Abrami and his researchers in the Canadian Journal of Learning Technologies, Fall 2008. At the end of the study are questionnaires for teachers and students as well as a Scoring Rubric for Electronic Process Portfolios.
The first surveys that I am including in this site are:I am also inviting other researchers to share their surveys here.
Occasionally, I receive requests such as this one for surveys about e-portfolios:
At the University of _____, one of our education professors participated in an e-portfolio pilot using Desire2Learn's new e-portfolio tool. The purpose of the e-portolio was to help preservice teachers reflect on their professional development and to create a professional portfolio for school administrators to view during the hiring process. We would like to send a brief questionnaire to these student teachers about their experience, what they learned from creating an e-portfolio, and how it influenced their learning by gathering and sharing examples of their student teaching that they will share with potential employers.That is the reason that I put together this Google Site, to summarize the e-portfolio surveys I have developed and collected.
Have you seen such a questionnaire?
We would really appreciate any suggested questions.
I can’ t seem to find a few brief questions on how well students learn using an e-portolfio.
Any suggestions would be very welcome!
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