NASA Education Data Entry Report System
Educator Survey, Using NASA Resources in the Classroom
NASA records indicate that you participated in at least one workshop or program offered by the NASA IV&V Facility Educator Resource Center. This survey will help to determine if the objectives of the opportunity were met and to help NASA improve future resources and professional development opportunities.
The NASA IV&V ERC greatly appreciates your taking time to respond to the following survey items.
It is estimated this survey will take 10 minutes or less to complete. If you have a disability and require assistance, or if you have any questions about the survey itself, please contact the project principal investigator, Dr. Deb Hemler at firstname.lastname@example.org or 304-367-4393.
*After participating in this activity, I have been confident in my ability to apply the knowledge and/or skills learned.
*Did you receive any NASA curriculum materials or publications during the program?
*Did you receive training on materials?
*Have you used NASA materials in your classroom since this event?
If so, please discuss how you used NASA materials or resources, and the outcome, or if not, why not. (limit 3000 characters)
For the next two questions, please indicate whether you are currently performing the following activities, based on your participation in the program.
*I am sharing NASA resources with other teachers, formally or informally.
*I am using NASA resources to enhance my instruction.
*Based on your program experience, have you changed any of your teaching activities?
If yes, which activities did you change or add to? (Place a check mark before any or all of the following that apply.)
Comment further on changes you have made. (limit 3000 characters)
*What challenes, if any, have prevented you from using or integrating NASA materials in your classroom? (Place a checkmark before any or all of the following that apply.)
Comment further on steps that might be taken to minimize or reduce the number of barriers (limit 3000 characters):
Part II: Participant Demographic Data
NASA requests demographic data in order
- To help assure statistical validity.
- To evaluate outputs and outcomes from Congressionally-mandated programs.
- To evaluate and improve NASA programs and policies.
The following limited demographic data will be used to measure whether NASA education activities are:
- Serving individuals regardless of demographic category;
- Providing individuals from ethnic, racial, gender or disability groups the same access to and knowledge of NASA programs, meetings, vacancies, and other research and educational opportunities. (Those individuals have traditionally under-participated in STEM activities.)
- Acknowledging global aspects of NASA funded activities.
*What is your Ethnicity? (Check one)
*What is your Race? (Check one or more)
*Disability Status? (Check one or more)
*Citizenship? (Choose one)
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