Online Video in the Classroom Survey
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Graduate researchers in the Educational Technology program at Simon Fraser University are conducting this survey with elementary, secondary and post-secondary teachers in order to determine the obstacles educators face in their use (or non use) of internet video in the classroom. Your participation is completely anonymous and confidential. Completing this survey implies that you agree to have your responses included in the analysis.
Q1 . What is your age?
Q2 . What is your gender?
Q3 . What grade level do you teach?
Q4 . If applicable, which grade do you teach?
Q5 . What subject area(s) do you teach?
Q6 . How often do you watch online video (YouTube, Google Video, etc.) during your personal time?
Several times a day
Q7 . Have you ever uploaded your own videos for others (students / friends / family) to watch?
Q8 . Do you think online video is useful in the classroom?
If yes, continue to the next question. If no, explain why you think it isnít useful.
Q9 . Have you used online video in the classroom?
If yes, describe your experience with it. If no, explain why you havenít used it.
Simon Fraser University
Session Expires: 2009-05-20 09:11 AM