Purple Plow Challenge Website Survey
How did you view the website most recently?
On a computer
On a phone
On a tablet
How would you rate the Purple Plow Challenge website overall?
(use the slider to give an estimation)
Could you find what you were looking for?
No, it's confusing
Yes, I found what I needed
How easy is it to understand the information on our website?
It was hard
It was average
It was easy
Is the website visually appealing?
Click all the words that describe the website to you
Do you have any feedback on how we could improve the site?
Which of these descriptions fit you?
(chose all that apply)
Grade School Teacher
Middle or High School Teacher
Home School Educator
Agricultural Business Person
Family Farmer or Rancher
How do you most often view websites?
On a laptop or desktop computer
On a phone or small mobile device
On a tablet (iPad, Surface, Kindle)
How did you find out about the Purple Plow Challenge?
From a colleague or friend
From a promotional email
From social media
From an educational publication
How could we do a better job "getting the word out" about the Purple Plow Challenge?
ABOUT THE PURPLE PLOW CHALLENGE
How easy was it to understand what the "Purple Plow Challenge" is all about?
I had to really think about it
It was average
I got it right away
It was average
How appealing are the following aspects of Purple Plow Challenge?
Not a big deal
Motivate students to participate in a hands on STEM learning activity
Complete against other classrooms to win a nationwide educational challenge
Connect real work scenarios with classroom problem solving activities
Win a 3D printer and $100 gift card
Gain recognition for winning a competition
Motivate students by connecting with other participants around the nation
"Puzzlers" are hands-on STEM activities that can be completed in 1-2 hours. Thinking about both the "Challenge" and the "Puzzlers" are you more likely to:
Do only the "Puzzlers"
Do the "Challenge" and "Puzzlers" about equally
Do only the "Challenge"
We know teachers are extremely busy, and need time for planning classroom activities. About how much lead-time would you need to integrate the "Purple Plow Challenge" into your educational endeavors?
Six months or more
Around four to six months
About two months
A week or two
I could do it tomorrow
Which of these ideas do you think would motivate teachers and students to participate in the Challenge?
(Click all that apply)
A "victory wall" on the Purple Plow website showcasing past winners
A classroom poster showcasing past winners
An inclusion award for all participants
A volunteer to help with the challenge in class
An archive of past challenges and student entries
The opportunity to connect with Science and Agriculture professionals
We really value you insight! Do you have any suggestions for how we can improve the "Purple Plow Challenge" overall?
THANK YOU VERY MUCH
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