Virtual School Meanderings

August 6, 2016

Just Published: Survey Methods for Educators

Not K-12 online learning related, but this resource will likely be use to educators in general…

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REL Northeast & Islands
New Reports Available:
Survey Methods for Educators Series
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Interested in learning how to collaboratively create and administer surveys and analyze the results?

REL Northeast & Islands created this series of three guides to help educators effectively develop and use surveys to inform research and practice decisions. The guides explain collaborative survey development, sampling respondents, survey administration, and analysis and reporting of survey data.

Additionally, the guides provide detailed, real-world examples of how the process has been used in REL Northeast & Islands research alliances. Use these guides to develop your own surveys and sampling and analysis plans.

Click here to learn more and download the guides →

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