Have you seen the work from Speak Up Surveys.
I'm not sure what the window is for participating is, but even if you
don't want to participate in this project, you can view the questions
they used on this web page, and possibly create similar questions
(they are worded according to readability levels).
Also, if you haven't seen the New Horizon Work or the Pew Reports,
you might be able to base your survey in a way that collects similar
information so you do some comparisons.
The Pew Internet & American Life Project
Speak Up, an online research project facilitated by Project Tomorrow,
is an annual survey of K-12 students, teachers, parents, and school
administrators about key educational issues.
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Each survey contains 15 to 25 questions, with one or two open-ended
responses. 60% are legacy questions; carried over from year to year in
order to track changes in attitude over time. 40% are created each
year in an effort to gain insight into emerging technologies and
Student surveys are grade and reading level appropriate; separated
into surveys for grades Kindergarten through 2nd, 3rd through 5th, and
6th through 12th. Surveys for Parents, Teachers, and School
Administrators take into consideration each group’s unique
On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 9:28 AM, Will Hatch <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Has anyone created, or does anyone know of a survey about internet use
> that I could use with elementary school students? I will create one if
> needed, but why reinvent the wheel?
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