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These evaluation instruments have been developed as part of the evaluation of various technology initiatives in the state of North Carolina. If you would like to use any of these instruments, please fill out this form. We will e-mail you a digital copy of the instruments not available for download on this page.

 

School-level Statistics

The School-level Statistics is a tool for collecting data describing a school’s discipline, college-going, teacher turnover, and administrator turnover statistics. (more…)

LoFTI: Looking for Technology Integration

LoFTI is an observation tool for recording the extent of technology integration in a classroom environment. The data gathered through this instrument may be helpful to staff members planning and/or providing professional development in instructional technology. (more…)

School Technology Needs Assessment (STNA)

The School Technology Needs Assessment (STNA, pronounced “Stenna”) is intended to help school-level decision makers—administrators, technology facilitators, media coordinators, or technology committee members— collect data to plan and improve uses of technology in teaching and learning activities. (more…)

School Technology Needs Assessment for Students (STNA-S)

The STNA-S collects information from students about the technology resources in their schools, how students and teachers use technology, students’ technology skills, and the benefits of technology use. More specifically, STNA-S is expected to uncover student perceptions of eight constructs: resource availability, infrastructure, technology support, teacher technology use, student technology use, student technology skills, impacts of technology, and development of 21st century skills. (more…)

Profile for Administrators (NETS-A)

Derived from the National Educational Technology Standards for Administrators, the Profile for Administrators (NETS-A. (NETS-A) is a tool for collecting data describing school administrators’ confidence with technology use. (more…)

Performance Standards for In-service Teachers (NETS-T)

Derived from the National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS-T), the Performance Standards for In-service Teachers (NETS-T) is a tool for collecting data describing school staff’s confidence with technology use. (more…)

NC Student Learning Conditions Survey (SLCS)

The purpose of the SLCS is to determine the extent to which North Carolina schools provide a safe, caring, engaging, 21st century learning environment for students, consistent with the new professional standards for teachers and administrators. Designed and validated by the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation for use by students in grades 7, 9, and 11, the SLCS measures student perceptions of six constructs: academic engagement, social engagement, 21st century skills, caring and safe school environment, use of technology for learning, and classroom environment. (more…)

Teacher Monthly Reflection Log

The Teacher Monthly Reflection Log is a tool for teachers to record their and their students’ use of various software programs and classroom equipment, and to reflect on their use of technology. (more…)

Technology Skills Checklist Grades 3-5

The Technology Skills Checklist Grades 3-5 is a tool for assessing students’ perceptions of their computer skills and computer use in their classroom. (more…)

Technology Skills Checklist 6-12

The Technology Skills Checklist 6-12 is a tool for assessing students’ perceptions of and beliefs about their computer skills, computer use in their classroom, and the impact of computers on students. (more…)