Annual Technology Survey
The Annual Technology survey provides important data that supports edtech programming at the school, district and state level.
Here’s how we use the data we collect and how it benefits the schools in your district.
- Tech survey data helps us to promote tech integration to the decision makers and lawmakers who determine funding levels for classroom technology, and the related PD for teachers and administrators.
- Many districts use tech survey data as they develop strategic plans that
move large-scale technology initiatives forward, and outfit learning spaces with the wiring and hardware that makes tech integration possible.
- The 2012-13 school year marks the first time tech survey data will be available through the state’s longitudinal data system (SLDS). With this comprehensive data set, schools will be able to
contextualize their edtech data within bigger picture of instruction, assessment and student progress.
Tech Survey Questions
2012-2013 Annual Technology Survey Questions (PDF)
Tech Survey Snapshots
View & Compare Your District Data
Contact your ETSC director for access from the Educational Technology Support Center site.
Optional Self-Assessment Tools
There is no longer a requirement — state or federal — to report the technology literacy level of your students, or the technology proficiency level of your educators and their ability to integrate technology. However, if you would like to assess these skills and proficiencies, we recommend two popular online assessment tools. Log in and you’ll see self-evaluation options on the PILOT home page.
- PILOT for teachers, administrators and teacher-librarians |
PILOT Jr for students