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By Kristen PurcellJudy Buchanan and Linda Friedrich A survey of 2, Advanced Placement AP and National Writing Project NWP teachers finds that digital technologies are shaping student writing in myriad ways and have also become helpful tools for teaching writing to middle and high school students.
Reflecting how critical these teachers view these skills: Positive perceptions of the potential for digital tools to aid educators in teaching writing are reflected in practice: Their reasons are varied, but many teachers noted that because students are required to write by hand on standardized tests, it is a critical skill for them to have.
This is particularly true for AP teachers, who must prepare students to take AP exams with pencil and paper.
About this Study The basics of the survey These are among the main findings of an online survey of a non-probability sample of 2, middle and high school teachers currently teaching in the U. Virgin Islands, conducted between March 7 and April 23, Some 1, of the teachers are drawn from a sample of advanced placement AP high school teachers, while the remaining are from a sample of National Writing Project teachers.
Survey findings are complemented by insights from a series of online and in-person focus groups with middle and high school teachers and students in gradesconducted between November, and February, This particular sample is quite diverse geographically, by subject matter taught, and by school size and community characteristics.
But it skews towards educators who teach some of the most academically successful students in the country. Thus, the findings reported here reflect the realities of their special place in American education, and are not necessarily representative of all teachers in all schools.
In addition to the survey, Pew Internet conducted a series of online and offline focus groups with middle and high school teachers and some of their students and their voices are included in this report. About the data collection Data collection was conducted in two phases. Two in-person focus groups were also conducted with students in grades from the same College Board school.
Teachers were asked to speak in depth about teaching research and writing to middle and high school students today, the challenges they encounter, and how they incorporate digital technologies into their classrooms and assignments.
Focus group discussions were instrumental in developing a minute online survey, which was administered in phase two of the research to a national sample of middle and high school teachers. The survey results reported here are based on a non-probability sample of 2, middle and high school teachers currently teaching in the U.
Of these 2, teachers, 2, completed the entire survey; all percentages reported are based on those answering each question. The sample is not a probability sample of all teachers because it was not practical to assemble a sampling frame of this population.
Instead, two large lists of teachers were assembled: A stratified random sample of 16, AP teachers was drawn from the AP teacher list, based on subject taught, state, and grade level, while all members of the NWP list were included in the final sample.GMIT Dept.
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