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Educational Technologist

Survey: Administrative Evaluations 2014-2015

In communication, personal interaction, and decision making, demonstrates a commitment to our Jesuit identity
and mission.
Sometimes 12.6%

Always 43.7%

Often 43.7%

Statistics
Always

43.7%

38

Often

43.7%

38

Sometimes

12.6%

11

Seldom

0.0%

Never

0.0%

0
Total

87

Total Responses

87

Responds to questions or concerns in a timely manner.


Sometimes 2.3%

Often 29.6%

Always 68.2%

Statistics
Always

68.2%

60

Often

29.6%

26

Sometimes

2.3%

Seldom

0.0%

Never

0.0%

0
Total

88

Total Responses

88

Displays administrative competency, organization, and efficiency.


Sometimes 3.4%

Often 32.6%

Always 64%

Statistics
Always

64.0%

57

Often

32.6%

29

Sometimes

3.4%

Seldom

0.0%

Never

0.0%

0
Total

89

Total Responses

89

Provides effective instruction resulting in technological growth.


Sometimes 10.2%

Always 53.4%
Often 36.4%

Statistics
Always

53.4%

47

Often

36.4%

32

Sometimes

10.2%

Seldom

0.0%

Never

0.0%

0
Total

88

Total Responses

88

Is available to faculty and staff during the school day.


Seldom 1.1%
Sometimes 7.9%

Always 47.2%

Often 43.8%

Statistics
Always

47.2%

42

Often

43.8%

39

Sometimes

7.9%

Seldom

1.1%

Never

0.0%

0
Total

89

Total Responses

89

Is supportive of teachers concerning their professional development in the area of technology use in and outside
of the classroom.
Never 1.2%
Seldom 1.2%
Sometimes 8.1%

Always 51.7%
Often 37.9%

Statistics
Always

51.7%

45

Often

37.9%

33

Sometimes

8.1%

Seldom

1.2%

Never

1.2%

1
Total

87

Total Responses

87

Demonstrates care for the individual and commitment to the mission and values of the school.
Seldom 2.3%
Sometimes 13.8%

Always 47.1%

Often 36.8%

Statistics
Always

47.1%

41

Often

36.8%

32

Sometimes

13.8%

12

Seldom

2.3%

Never

0.0%

0
Total

87

Total Responses

87

Provides resources that enable faculty and staff to learn about and implement best practices with regards to the
way that technology can improve student learning.
Never 1.1%
Seldom 1.1%
Sometimes 10.1%

Always 53.9%
Often 33.7%

Statistics
Always

53.9%

48

Often

33.7%

30

Sometimes

10.1%

Seldom

1.1%

Never

1.1%

1
Total

89

Total Responses

89

Provides faculty with information and tools that allow them to be innovative and creative in the classroom.
Seldom 3.4%
Sometimes 10.2%

Always 51.1%

Often 35.2%

Statistics
Always

51.1%

45

Often

35.2%

31

Sometimes

10.2%

Seldom

3.4%

Never

0.0%

0
Total

88

Total Responses

88

Strengths, Considerations for Future Growth, Additional Comments


Count

Response

Always helps me!!!!!

Eric does an amazing job

He explains things so well! I wish I was as clear as him.

Very helpful!

Can come off intimidating but is informative about technological resources and providing solutions to problems.

Eric bridges the gap between technician and teacher better than I thought possible. Good luck to him in his new life! The
question is-how many years will it take for people to stop asking him ed tech questions?

A very kind and approachable person. I have no concerns about working with our Educational Technologist.

Eric will be missed. Whoever fills is his shoes better be equipped with a similar work ethic, humor, and expertise that Eric has
demonstrated in his tenure. His blog is a must read and I have become a better teacher because of our interactions online and
off.

Eric is working with us to improve Canvas and the interaction with our grades, etc. Not always an easy task as we all have
such different skills. His interpersonal skills are sometimes curt and dismissive.

Eric has been indispensable in the switch to Canvas. He is quick to respond to questions, gives helpful and clear directions,
and helps think through the ways to achieve student learning via technology. - Chad Evans

Strengths: Aligns with mission of school Persistent with encouragement Pushes for 21st century learning Considerations for
future growth: Can be condescending - especially to older faculty

Grateful to have someone like you who gives so much of your self to the school. Often your work goes unnoticed.

Thank you for all of your hard work! I know we're not the easiest set of folks when it comes to tech:)

The educational technologist is very helpful, knowledgable, and competent. He supplies lots of resources and is very
responsive and responsible. He's done a great job leading us through a lot of technological changes over the past years, and
I'm grateful for that leadership and skill. I think adults can perceive his teaching style as a little didactic and insulting, but I don't
generally feel that way.

Is there a way for Eric to share what he does in the classroom with everyone. I hear it's really good but I am not sure what
direction to go in b/c tech issues seem so overwhelming. Where does a novice teacher start?