Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Homework: Paper vs. Online Survey

Homework: Paper vs. Online
Survey Responses

Analyzed by Brian C. and Ava B.

Q1: How often do you have online homework in a week?
The most people (198) said that they do online homework once or twice a week. The next majority of people (184) said that they have it once every couple weeks. After that, 137 people said they have it three or four times a week. 63 people said that they never get online homework.
Q2: How often do you have paper homework in a week?
There was a one vote difference for people who do paper homework 3 or 4 times a week and people who do it 5 days a week. 5 days a week won. 92 people said that they do paper homework once or twice a week. Only 10 people get paper homework rarely, and nobody said that they never get paper homework.
Q3: How long does it take to do your homework on average?
Most people (174) said that they take 15-30 mins to do homework. 160 people said that they take 30-45 mins.
Q4: What is harder for you?
More than half of the people said that they are the same. However, 28% of people said that online is harder.







Q5: What online device do you do homework on?
234 people said that they do their homework on either a laptop or chromebook. The next majority of people said they do it on either an iPhone or iPad. 161 people do their homework on a tablet, and 80 do it on a desktop.
Q6: What do you prefer to do your homework on?
47% of people prefer to do their homework on paper. 30% said they don’t have a preference, and only about 23% said that they prefer to do homework online.




Q7: When you are working on a device, do you prefer and onscreen keyboard or an external keyboard?
About 62% of people prefer an external keyboard, and 38% prefer an on-screen keyboard.


Tuesday, January 29, 2019

What Are We Working on?

Parker M. is working on an iMovie comparing iPads and Chrome Books:


Bella F., Daksh S. & Hannah G. are putting together and learning how to use a Flybrix Drone:




Jessica W is creating a new logo for the MSMS Helpdesk Blog:


Srija S. & Patrick G. are learning how to use Jamboard: