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S.E.S.P.A. Computers in the schools survey data analysis report by William Baird

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Published by Research Centre, Scarborough Board of Education in Scarborough, ON .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Computer managed instruction -- Ontario -- Scarborough,
  • Computer-assisted instruction -- Ontario -- Scarborough,
  • Education, Elementary -- Ontario -- Scarborough -- Data processing,
  • Educational surveys -- Ontario -- Scarborough

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementBill Baird.
SeriesResearch report -- #92/93-11, Research report (Scarborough Board of Education. Research Centre) -- #92/93-11
ContributionsScarborough Elementary School Principals Association. Computer Committee
The Physical Object
Pagination24 leaves.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18701841M

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ß Survey from Skyline High School, Oakland ß School-specific survey from Bellaire High School, Houston ß Additional questions from Perryville High School, St. Louis Notes: The surveys designed and administered by SAA student-teacher research teams (at 20 schools File Size: 1MB. Charter School Technology Surveys. Information Renaissance Grant Street, Suite Pittsburgh, PA (Decem ) SUMMARY. Information Renaissance has surveyed technology capabilities and needs at the four Charter Schools currently operating in Pittsburgh, PA. Create school and student surveys online for free! Giving students, parents, and educators the opportunity to share their opinions will help keep your school on the road to success. Start collecting valuable feedback on course, school, teacher, or education surveys today. The Fort Dodge Community School District is partnering with BrightBytes, an educational software company, so that we can learn more about our district’s technology use for student learning. Our goal is to gather data on technology access and skills, and on our district’s technology environment, in order to understand the connection between.