TIMeS Survey

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Question 1
Name:
Question 2
Which 3-day workshop could you attend: June 7-9
July 21-23
Question 3
If you have conflicts with these dates, please explain:
Question 4
Email Address:
Question 5
May we contact you to ask follow-up questions? Yes
No
Ok, if they're short
Question 6
Name of your school:
Question 7
School Address:
Question 8
Grade that you teach: (Hold down control to select more than one)
Question 9
How long have you taught at this grade level?
Question 10
Grade level that you taught at previously: (Hold down control to select more than one)
Question 11
Age:
Question 12
Gender: Male
Female
Question 13
Number of years teaching:
Question 14
Number of years teaching Mathematics:
Question 15
Number of years teaching Science:
Question 16
Other subjects you teach:
Question 17
List your college degrees and your major courses of study:
Question 18
Ethnicity: American Indian
Hispanic
Asian American
African American
White (non-Hispanic)
Other
Question 19
Please list all the classes you teach on a typical day:
Question 20
How many different classes (preps) do you have?
Question 21
1. I believe I am good at mathematics.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 22
2. Memorizing rules and formulae are important.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 23
3. Students should be able to solve word problems.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 24
4. Students should be able to estimate answers to problems.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 25
5. Mathematics will change rapidly in the near future.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 26
6. Students need to sit still to learn mathematics.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 27
7. Students at every grade level should have access to computers.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 28
8. Mathematics is useful to most people on a daily basis.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 29
9. Science will change rapidly in the near future.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 30
10. Using computers makes learning mathematics more mechanical and boring.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 31
11. Mathematics is best learned with a partner(s).
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 32
12. Mathematics is best learned independently.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 33
13. There is little place for originality in solving mathematics problems.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 34
14. In math classes, students should access to a calculator at all times.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 35
15. Students should know basic skills like the multiplication tables before they have access to a calculator.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 36
16. Computers are important tools for learning mathematics.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 37
17. Students should know basic skills like the multiplication tables before they have access to computers.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 38
18. For mathematics instruction, a classroom should be a quiet, orderly place.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 39
19. The type of mathematics people need to know is changing all the time.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 40
20. Test scores measure how well a person knows mathematics.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 41
21. I enjoy working with computers.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 42
22. Some people donít need to know much mathematics.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 43
23. Mathematics helps one to think according to strict rules.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 44
24. Students should learn the same mathematics as their parents learned.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 45
25. Mathematics should be fun.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 46
26. Learning mathematics involves mostly memorizing.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 47
27. Trial and error can often be used to solve a mathematics problem.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 48
28. There have not been any new discoveries in mathematics for a long time.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 49
29. There is always a rule to follow in solving a mathematics problem.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 50
30. A mathematics problem can always be solved in different ways.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 51
31. Mathematics is a set of rules.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 52
32. Mathematics is a good field for creative people.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 53
33. I feel comfortable working with computers.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 54
34. I use computers regularly in my classes.
Strongly agree    Agree    Undecided    Disagree    Strongly disagree   
Question 55
35. I am familiar with the NCTM standards.
Very familiar    Somewhat familiar    Unfamiliar    Have not heard of them   
Question 56
36. I am familiar with the National Science Education Standards.
Very familiar    Somewhat familiar    Unfamiliar    Have not heard of them   
Question 57
37. I am familiar with Project 2061.
Very familiar    Somewhat familiar    Unfamiliar    Have not heard of them   
Question 58
38. I have used sensors or probes in my classroom.
Frequently    Several times    Tried them once    Never used them   
Question 59
39. I use digital technologies in my teaching.
Frequently    Sometimes    Rarely    Never   
Question 60
Describe the activities in your classes today.
Question 61
Describe your favorite lesson that you have used in the last two weeks.
Question 62
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