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Survey:
"A gathering of a sample of data or opinions considered to be representative of a whole." www.dictionary.com

Saved as:  Computer Projects –StudentSurvey

 

Have you ever participated in a survey?

 

How about an online survey?

What are surveys used for? How might you use a survey?

 

What educational purposes could a survey have?

 

Using a free Internet tool, we will build an Internet-based survey, and work through answering all of these questions.

 

Let's get started!

 

 

 

View the following video and surf these web sites to learn more about using Internet-based surveys.

 

Video

Surveys  [4:46]

http://www.kidzonline.org/teachit/OC/10-OnlineSurveys/frames.html

 

Internet

Zoomerang
http://www.zoomerang.com
Tour of Zoomerang Online Survey Tool
http://info.zoomerang.com/learn/quicktour/index.htm

Qualities of a Good Question
http://www.statpac.com/surveys/question-qualities.htm

How to write a good survey
http://www.infopoll.com/support/resources/howto/write.a.good.survey.htm

10 things to look for in a good survey
http://www.canadaone.com/ezine/may02/surveys.html




1)    Using Zoomerang, create a user account.  Sign up for the “Basic (free)” account.

2)     Go to http://mrsley.tripod.com/advancedcomputerliteracy/ and click on “Mrs. Ley’s Survey” and complete it. 

3)    Build a survey.  

4)    Administer your survey.  

5)    Collect the results.

6)     Send your survey to Mrs. Ley at tley@frankenmuth.k12.mi.us

7)     Now close your eyes and remember how easy, handy and informative a survey can be. Keep that picture in your head for future reference.  

You may want to use a survey to help you with an upcoming school project or to use within a school team or committee.  Examples:  Prom theme, class song,  favorite school lunch, etc.

Collecting the opinions and thoughts of others can be very valuable and effective, especially in the planning process!

Have fun!