Assignment 1: What is a Survey Questionnaire?
Understand the purpose of a survey. Introduce terminology (e.g. population, sample, bias)
Assignment 2: Compare a Poll and a Survey
Participate in a Reading Habits poll and survey. Compare these two methods of gathering data.
Assignment 3: Study Survey Results
Analyze data from Reading Habits survey.
Assignment 4: Create a School Spirit Survey
Build a survey to learn how to create questions, specify properties, and invite responses.
Assignment 5: Organize Ideas for a Survey Questionnaire
Determine the purpose, sample, data collection method, and questions for questionnaire.
Assignment 6: Build a Survey
Construct a questionnaire that effectively sequences the questions and controls data entry.
Assignment 7: Conduct a Pre-Test
Consult a peer about the design and content of the questionnaire. Implement recommendations.
Assignment 8: Collect Survey Results
Administer the questionnaire to a sample group of respondents.
Assignment 9: View Survey Results
Summarize the results in a report. Manipulate the data using a spreadsheet.
Assignment 10: Analyze Survey Results
Interpret the findings. Draw conclusions about the application of results. Critique research design.
Assignment 11: Present Findings to a Jury of Your Peers
Convey results and their importance to an audience. Provide evidence of conclusions.
Optional Google Forms Survey Lessons
- What is Sample Bias? Select the correct sampling technique.
- What is Question Bias? Avoid bias with well-phrased questions.
- Brainstorm Survey Ideas: Generate a research question.
- Compare Results with a Pivot Table or Chart: Compare data from subgroups.
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