Here are the charts that graph the level of satisfaction with their current tools. I have re-inserted the pie chart that shows how many students are using what for some context:
Here are the charts based on agendas:
It is hard to know how to take this information. Here are some questions I have:
- Are they more satisfied with the agenda provided by the school because that is what they are most familiar with?
- How proficient are they in using the online tools?
- How proficient are they in using the print tools?
- How often do they look at their agendas, print or online?
- What does this say about the type of learner? Does a certain type of learner prefer a certain type of tool?
I also notice some inconsistency in the data- some girls say they don’t use an agenda and then responded to the question of what kind of agenda do they use by naming a certain type. Some were also confused about the difference between an agenda provided by the school and one not provided by the school. They would not check either box, but wrote in the “other” category that they used their own.
A positive aspect of this is that very few students seem to be unsatisfied with what they are using at the moment. However, developing organizational skills and time management skills is, in my humble opinion, extremely important for success as a student. Targeting those who who are unsatisfied and helping them figure out first of all what is the best tool for them and how to use the tools properly might be in order.