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How is your school or district working to help students develop technology skills needed to complete online assessments under the Common Core State Standards?
How prepared are educators in your school or district to implement new online assessments under the Common Core State Standards?
What is the best way for teachers to engage their students?
How often is time provided for you to analyze and discuss student work with your colleagues for the purpose of informing shifts in upcoming instruction?
Which education topic do you think will be most worthy of discussion in 2014?
Do you believe online learning can be an effective tool for teaching students with social challenges?
How often is technology -- such as videoconferencing -- used in your school or district to access specialized services -- such as speech therapy -- for students with disabilities?
What do you think is the most important task that could be accomplished by teaching using essential questions?
How much to you agree or disagree with the following statement: "Developing students' literacy is one of the most important parts of my job."
What types of technology are most helpful for educators in your school or district to make learning more accessible to students with disabilities?
Which of the following attributes best reflects personalized learning, not differentiation or individualization?
Thinking about any professional learning you've engaged in during the past 12 months, please indicate whether your participation was mostly mandatory or mostly voluntary.
How interested are you in multicultural competency training, that is, training on how to interact effectively with people of different cultures, for the classroom?
Which one of the following is the most difficult aspect in your transition to the Common Core State Standards for mathematics?
Which one of the following, if any, is the primary pain point in your transition to the Common Core State Standards?