Where Are We? Community Profiles

Welcome to our first online survey. We call our surveys “Where Are We?” because they are designed to provide us all with a sense of where we stand as a community. This first survey focuses on teaching evolution.

The process is simple. You respond to a series of 10 questions (it should only take about 5 minutes). We will compile the data and share it back to the community for discussion. No individual data will be shared but we can all learn something in the process.

The “Where Are We? Evolution Survey” will be open until March 16th and then we will post a new survey and begin looking at the evolution data.

We hope you will join us – because it won’t work without you. Please feel free to comment on the process, suggest topics for future surveys and provide feedback in the comment space at the bottom of the page.

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8 Responses to Where Are We? Evolution Survey

  1. sam says:

    This is great. We have already had 9 replies to the survey. We thought that 50 responses would make an interesting data set and I’m pretty confident that we can reach that.

    Make sure your voice is heard.


  2. sam says:

    Thanks for the responses so far. We are up to 25.


  3. […] will be collecting information from the Where Are We? Evolution Survey for about one more week (through March 18h, 2009). There has been good participation so far but we […]

  4. sam says:

    We are now up to 39 responses. Thanks.

    Be sure to check out the Last call post which has some information about the early input.

    The survey will be open until March 18th and then we will share results in the next BQ Blog Update on March 25th.


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  6. vince says:

    Whatever happened to the results of the survey? Did it not get analyzed, or did I just miss the posting somewhere?

  7. Andrle says:

    Whatever happened to ths results of the survey? Did it not get analyzwd, or did I just miss the posting somewhere?;