Blended Readiness Questionnaire 2017-06-05T19:05:05+00:00

Blended Readiness Questionnaire


Before enrolling in a blended course through the Bay Area BlendEd Consortium, you should first assess your readiness for learning in a blended/online format. Your level of agreement with the following statements will help you determine what you need to do in order to succeed in a BlendEd course. The more you affirm these statements, the more prepared you are for this kind of educational experience.

  • I am good at setting goals and deadlines for myself, and I follow them through to completion.
  • I finish the projects I start, and I do not quit when tasks become more challenging.
  • I can keep myself on track and on time.
  • I can learn from things I hear, like lectures, audio recordings, or podcasts.
  • I can learn about something by reading about it.
  • I have developed good ways to solve problems I run into.
  • I learn best when I figure things out for myself.
  • I like to learn in a group, but I can learn on my own as well.
  • I am willing to use e-mail and other online tools to ask my classmates and instructors questions.
  • I am comfortable expressing my opinion in writing so that others understand what I mean.
  • I can provide constructive and proactive feedback to others even when I disagree.
  • I usually study in a place where I can read and work on assignments without distractions.
  • I am willing to spend 5-7 hours each week on an online course.
  • I am prepared to find time in my schedule to attend onsite field trips that support my BlendEd course.
  • I keep a record of what my assignments are and when they are due.
  • I plan my work in advance so that I can turn in my assignments on time.
  • I am fairly good at using the computer and navigating the Internet.
  • I am comfortable conducting searches, setting bookmarks, and downloading files.
  • I am willing to use web conferencing software and engage with my teacher and other students in a live online environment.
  • I am comfortable installing software and changing configuration settings on my computer.
  • I will seek help from my Site Coordinator or Tech Dept if I have computer problems.
  • I have access to a computer and Internet browser that meets the minimum system requirements of our online learning software (Canvas), and I have virus protection software running on my computer.
  • I have access to a printer, webcam, and camera (or scanner).
  • Outside of school, I have access to the Internet with a fairly fast, reliable connection such as DSL or cable modem.
  • I have headphones or speakers and a microphone to use for live web conferencing.

Other questions or concerns? Please contact your school’s Site Coordinator who can also help you assess your readiness and work with you to remedy any situations that might be holding you back.