Survey Tools for Schools
The Friday Institute has developed a set of surveys to help K-12 school leaders make data-based decisions in their schools or district. On this site, you can create an online version of any of our surveys for easy distribution, data collection and data review. Each survey is unique - you can create surveys for individual schools in your district and new surveys can be created each year. All surveys will be saved in your account so you can access your data at any time.
Once a survey is created in your account, you will be able to:
- Monitor real-time response rates
- Extract survey result data
- View visualizations of survey data
Please note: You will need a valid Google account to access this tool, and you will need to use the same Google account each time you log in to access your data.
To get started, choose an available survey from the list below.
Digital Learning Progress Rubric for Schools More info
The Digital Learning Progress Rubric serves as a roadmap to support the educators and communities of North Carolina in their transition to digital-age teaching and learning. This rubric is designed to help leadership/planning teams reflect on their current stage of development in digital learning and track their progress moving forward.
Leadership in Blended Learning: STNA More info
The School Technology Needs Assessment (STNA, say “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. The STNA is designed to be completed by teachers and other educators working directly with students, and should be administered to the entire staff of any school for which needs are being assessed. STNA results are not scored or reported for each individual respondent. Instead, each person’s responses are combined with those of other educators in their building, and reported at the school level in terms of how many times each possible response is selected for each item. Pilot testing indicates that it should take approximately 25 minutes to complete the STNA.
Looking for Technology Integration (LoFTI) More info
Looking for Technology Integration (LoFTI) is a tool to aid in the observation of technology integration into teaching and learning. The data gathered through the use of this instrument should be helpful to building-level staff members as they plan and/or provide professional development in instructional technology.
STNA-S: School Tech Needs Assessment for Students More info
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.
STNA: School Technology Needs Assessment More info
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.