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* 1. Please tell us a little about yourself.

* 2. How computer literate do you consider yourself?

* 3. How often do you use technology in your classroom?

  Daily Weekly Monthly Once or twice per semester Never
Office Software (Word, Excel, powerpoint, etc.)
Software that comes with your curriculum
Smart Board
Data Analysis Software (Edgenuity, Datalink, Data Director, etc.)
Document Camera
Digital Camera
LCD Projector

* 4. How prepared do you feel in delivering instruction to:

  Very Prepared Adequately Prepared Slightly Unprepared Completely Unprepared
GATE students
English Learner students (Levels 1 - 3)
English Learner students (Levels 3 - 5)
RSP students
Special Education inclusion students
Students from diverse backgrounds

* 5. What are some examples of recent professional development sessions that you've attended?

* 6. Please rank, from 5 to 1, with 5 being the most preferable, the following Professional Development delivery styles.

  5 4 3 2 1
Collaborating with other professionals in small groups
Lecture-style presentations from experts in the education field
Workshops with hands-on activities
On-line professional development courses
Lesson Studies

* 7. I would like more Professional Development in the area of:

  Strongly Agree Agree Disagree Strongly Disagree No Opinion
Brain Research/How the Brain Learns
Differentiation Strategies
Flexible Grouping
Compacting Curriculum
Unwrapping/Unpacking Content Standards
Tiered Assignments
Setting up/Managing Centers
Classroom Management
Data Analysis for guiding instruction
Motivation and Student Engagement Strategies
Creating a safe and interesting Classroom Environment
Assessment and Grading Practices
Step Up to Writing
Thinking Maps
SDAIE Strategies
Data Director

* 8. When do you prefer to have professional development sessions scheduled?

  Yes No
During the school day

* 9. Briefly describe the best Professional Development session that you've ever attended. Explain why it was the most valuable to you in regards to improved instructional strategies and student achievement.

* 10. Other comments on the subject of Professional Development.