Welcome to this short survey for teachers. The survey will give you detailed feedback on how mobile devices are being used to support your students' learning. Submission of your survey responses will generate a code for you to (optionally) pass on to your students so they can do a similar (student) survey that will produce a more comprehensive feedback report for you.
This survey asks you to choose ONE specific task (or activity) where your students used a mobile device to support their learning, and evaluate how this task exploited distinctive features of teaching with mobile technologies. The activity may be a short task within a lesson, or a longer task taking several days. This task may have been implemented in and/or outside of class (e.g., at home; on excursions)
For the purpose of this survey, 'mobile technologies' are any portable, handheld devices that potentially support learning e.g. a laptop, a two-in-one (e.g., a Surface), a tablet such as an iPad, a phablet such as a Samsung Galaxy Note, a mobile phone or iPod Touch or a game console.
It is important that you choose ONE task (only) that you have recently implemented with your students. It may or may not have been designed by you and it may not necessarily be perceived as an 'innovative' task.
The survey should take approximately 20 minutes to complete. It comprises 12 compulsory Background and 20 compulsory Likert-scale questions.
There are no 'right' or 'wrong' answers! The response options are not necessarily linked to the quality of the task or the learning outcomes. Please complete all questions as honestly as possible.
Participation in this survey, and the accompanying student survey, is voluntary and confidential. Your anonymous responses to these surveys may be used for research purposes (University of Hull Ethics Approval No. FoE.15/16-118). If you have any queries about the surveys or the research, please contact Dr Kevin Burden (email@example.com) or Dr. Matthew Kearney (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thank-you for your participation and we trust the survey feedback will be useful for your teaching.
The Mobilising and Transforming Teacher Education Pedagogies (MTTEP) Project Team (http://www.mttep.eu/)