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Introducing…. The Technology Literacy Survey. An orientation to the use of the Online PILOT Jr Tool for the 8 th or 9 th grade technology integration survey. WELCOME . The purpose of this survey is to assess the technological literacy of 8th or 9th grade students.

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introducing

Introducing…

The

Technology

Literacy

Survey

An orientation to the use of the Online PILOT Jr Tool for the 8th or 9th grade technology integration survey

welcome
WELCOME

The purpose of this survey is to assess the technological literacy of 8th or 9th grade students.

The results of this survey may be used by schools in the State of Washington to demonstrate compliance with Title II, Part D of No Child Left Behind.

for your information
FOR YOUR INFORMATION…
  • The reason you will be taking this survey is to find out how much you know about (and use) technology for school-related work.
  • There are no right or wrong answers. So be honest in your responses.
  • You will not be graded or evaluated based upon the results of your survey.
the opening screen
THE OPENING SCREEN

This is what you will see.

using the response key
USING THE RESPONSE KEY

0 = I don’t know how to do this at all.

1 = I sometimes need help to do this.

2 = I feel comfortable doing this by myself.

3 = I know this well enough that I could show someone else how to do this.

What your responses mean.

for example
FOR EXAMPLE

Practice rating yourself, using the response key.

unfamiliar words terms
UNFAMILIAR WORDS / TERMS

Practice using the definition for the unfamiliar word above.

words you might not know
WORDS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW

Word: bias

Definition: frame of reference, point of view

Sample sentence:The way that the author of that web site wrote the information showed that s/he had a bias toward voting for the Democratic Party in the election.

Practice using the definition for the unfamiliar word above.

words you might not know9
WORDS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW

Word: ethical

Definition: right or wrong

Sample sentence:The ethical use of cellular phones in schools is a topic that is discussed at many faculty meetings.

Practice using the definition for the unfamiliar word above.

words you might not know10
WORDS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW

Word: Acceptable Use Policy

Definition: written rules for how computers may be used

Sample sentence:Our school district’s Acceptable Use Policylists ways in which I can and can’t use the computers at my school.

Practice using the definition for the unfamiliar word above.

words you might not know11
WORDS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW

Word: essential question

Definition: open-ended question or problem to be solved

Sample sentence:My team and I worked hard at creating a project that would propose a solution to the chapter’s essential question.

Practice using the definition for the unfamiliar word above.

words you might not know12
WORDS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW

Word: authenticity

Definition: truthfulness, trustworthiness

Sample sentence:I wasn’t sure that I could believe the authenticityof that web site, so I had to search for another source of information for my project.

Practice using the definition for the unfamiliar word above.

important reminders
IMPORTANT REMINDERS
  • Respond to the best of your ability.
  • Respond to every survey question.
  • Your responses will go into a pool of all responses to create a school profile. Therefore, you won’t receive a score or a summary for the survey.
  • When you are finished taking the survey, this is what you should do…
questions
QUESTIONS?

Do you

have any

questions?