1. How often do you use computer devices, such as desktops, laptops, or tablets, in class?

2. Do you have a school-provided computer device, such as a laptop or tablet?

3. Do you personally own any of the following devices?

Desktop computer
Yes, and I'm the only user.
Yes, and I share it.
No.
Laptop computer, such as a Chromebook or MacBook
Yes, and I'm the only user.
Yes, and I share it.
No.
Tablet computer, such as an iPad or Nexus
Yes, and I'm the only user.
Yes, and I share it.
No.
Smartphone, such as an iPhone or Samsung Galaxy
Yes, and I'm the only user.
Yes, and I share it.
No.
e-Reader, such as a Kindle
Yes, and I'm the only user.
Yes, and I share it.
No.
Music device (iPod, MP3 player, ...) that is not part of a smartphone
Yes, and I'm the only user
Yes, and I share it
No
Digital camera (photo or video)
Yes, and I'm the only user.
Yes, and I share it.
No.
Media device, such as an Apple TV or Chromecast
Yes, and I'm the only user.
Yes, and I share it.
No.

4. Do you have internet access at home?

5. Is your Internet at home wireless?

4.2. How do you primarily connect to your wireless network?

6. How easy is it for you to do the following?

Send emails
Very easy
Easy
Moderate
Hard
I don't know how to do this
Connect a printer to a device
Very easy
Easy
Moderate
Hard
I don't know how to do this
Create spreadsheets
Very easy
Easy
Moderate
Hard
I don't know how to do this
Edit photos
Very easy
Easy
Moderate
Hard
I don't know how to do this
Record and edit audio
Very easy
Easy
Moderate
Hard
I don't know how to do this
Record and edit video
Very easy
Easy
Moderate
Hard
I don't know how to do this
Download and install software and apps
Very easy
Easy
Moderate
Hard
I don't know how to do this
Collaborate using online documents, such as Google Docs or Dropbox
Very easy
Easy
Moderate
Hard
I don't know how to do this
Use web tools to receive online information, such as Twitter or news feeds
Very easy
Easy
Moderate
Hard
I don't know how to do this
Find out if online content is trustworthy
Very easy
Easy
Moderate
Hard
I can't do this

7. Do you agree with the following statements?

I learn technology easily.
Strongly agree
Agree
Neutral
Disagree
Strongly disagree
When I am confronted with a technology-related problem, I usually find good solutions.
Strongly agree
Agree
Neutral
Disagree
Strongly disagree

8. How often do you do the following?

Upload photos from a camera or phone
Almost daily
Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Download or stream music, podcasts, or other audio
Almost daily
Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Play games on your computer, tablet, or smartphone
Almost daily
Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Send text messages
Almost daily
Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Buy things online, such as apps, songs, or clothing
Almost daily
Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Look at friends' photos or videos online
Almost daily
Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Chat online, such as using Facebook Messenger or FaceTime
Almost daily
Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Read things on the Internet, such as blogs and news sites
Almost daily
Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Write online, such as reviews, blog posts, and comments
Almost daily
Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never

9. How often do you use the following social networks?

Facebook
Almost daily
Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Google+
Almost daily
Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
LinkedIn
Almost daily
Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Twitter
Almost daily
Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never

10. If you wanted to learn more about something, how often would you do the following?

Ask a question in a social network, such as Facebook or Twitter
All of the time
More than half of the time
Less than half of the time
Rarely
Never
Search the Internet, such as using Google, Bing, or YouTube
All of the time
More than half of the time
Less than half of the time
Rarely
Never
Buy a book
All of the time
More than half of the time
Less than half of the time
Rarely
Never
Ask a friend or teacher
All of the time
More than half of the time
Less than half of the time
Rarely
Never
Go to the library
All of the time
More than half of the time
Less than half of the time
Rarely
Never

11. Who has talked to you about responsible internet and cell phone use?
Select all that apply

12. How often do a majority of your teachers ask you to do the following?

Collaborate using online documents, such as Google Docs or Dropbox
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Collaborate online with classmates
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Collaborate online with students at other schools
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Reflect on your learning process (e.g., what worked, what didn't, what you would do differently)
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Participate in designing your learning process and set learning goals (e.g., planning your work, how you will be tested, what you will be tested on)
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Collaborate online with students from different communities, cultures, and backgrounds (e.g., digital pen pals, social action projects, school global partnerships)
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never

13. How often do a majority of your teachers ask you to do the following?

Write for an online audience, such as reviews, comments, or blog entries
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Receive feedback digitally from classmates
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Receive feedback digitally from someone other than your teacher, such as a classmate or an expert outside of the school
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Chat online using tools such as Skype, Google Hangout, or FaceTime
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Collaborate online with your teachers
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Use web tools to receive online information, such as Twitter or news feeds
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Choose digital tools that help you complete your work and communicate your findings (e.g. blogs, slide deck presentations, graphic design software, video editing software)
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never

14. How often do a majority of your teachers ask you to do the following?

Use a digital camera (photo or video)
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Develop multimedia presentations using technology
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Create art, music, movies, or webcasts using technology
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Post your schoolwork online, such as in an ePortfolio or to a class blog
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Create online models, simulations, or animations
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Solve problems that require math by using tools (graphing calculators, GeoGebra, ...)
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never

15. How often do a majority of your teachers ask you to do the following?

Do research online
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Take measurements or do experiments using technology
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Identify and solve authentic problems using technology
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Collect and analyze data using technology
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Make an argument using evidence from online sources
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Make a plan to use information from different sources for class assignments (e.g., digital, paper)
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Use digital tools to collect and organize information from digital sources (e.g., apps for notetaking, annotating, data collection)
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Plan and manage a process for solving real-world problems that considers advantages and risks (e.g., time, money, materials)
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never

15.1. How often do a majority of your teachers ask you to do the following?

Develop and test ways to solve problems and improve them over time (e.g., reflecting and adjusting as needed)
At least Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Use computers to solve problems (e.g., use "find and replace" to make changes, use tools to analyze or visualize data/results)
At least Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
Plan and manage a process for solving complex problems that breaks them down into different parts, roles, or responsibilities
At least Weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never

16. How often do a majority of your teachers teach you about the following?

How to cite information I find online (articles, images, videos, audio)
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
How to share information about myself online
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
How to act respectfully online
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
How to respond to online bullying
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
How to recognize trustworthy online content
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
How to protect your identity through the safe use and storage of passwords and other personal information (e.g., using strong passwords, being careful with how you share your personal information)
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
How to be careful of emails from unknown senders (e.g. people pretending to be someone you know, people asking you to do things like send money or share passwords)
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
How to check that websites are safe (e.g., look for web browser warnings, verify the web address to make sure you're still on the site you wanted to go to)
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never
How to evaluate the credibility of sources (e.g., who created the content, when was it created, where did you find it)
At least weekly
Monthly
Every few months
Never

17. How often do you get to choose what you learn about?

18. What are the major obstacles to using technology in school?
Select all that apply

19. Are you part of a group at school that helps people use technology, such as fixing computers, updating software, and answering people's questions?

20. How strongly do you agree with the following statements?

Technology use in the classroom enhances my learning.
Strongly agree
Agree
Neutral
Disagree
Strongly disagree
I think that learning is more engaging when using technology.
Strongly agree
Agree
Neutral
Disagree
Strongly disagree
My school encourages technology use for learning.
Strongly agree
Agree
Neutral
Disagree
Strongly disagree
I want to know more about technology use for learning.
Strongly agree
Agree
Neutral
Disagree
Strongly disagree
I think computers and technology make my life better.
Strongly agree
Agree
Neutral
Disagree
Strongly disagree

21. What grade are you in?