1. Describe one improvement in student learning outcomes that has taken place as a result of professional learning you have undertaken this year.
2. What additional tools and resources do you feel you need to improve student learning and engagement?
3. Please list some strategies that are used in the school to promote a respectful learning environment. Which strategies do you think are working best?
4. What could the school administration focus on to help you achieve your professional goals as well as work/life balance?
5. Describe the change to your teaching practice this year that has had the greatest positive impact on the way students learn in the classroom.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How often do your lessons embed a strategy from Focus on Reading?
- Never or Hardly Ever
- About Once a Week
- 2 to 3 Times a Week
- Every Day or Almost Everyday
2. How often do you seek out other teachers for support, their opinion on student matters, or other school related concerns?
3. How many departments or subject areas did you teach this school year?
- Four or More
4. Involvement in professional learning has led to changes in my teaching and practices in my classroom.
- Strongly Disagree
- Neither Agree or Disagree
- Strongly Agree
5. How satisfied are you with our discipline program?
- Very satisfied
- Somewhat satisfied
- Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied
- Somewhat dissatisfied
- Very dissatisfied
Multiple Answer Questions
1. Select any of the following times that would be suitable for scheduling staff meetings:
- 7:30-8:30am (before classes)
- 12:00-1:00pm (during lunch hour)
- 3:00-4:00pm (after classes)
- PD Days
2. Which of the following resources do students use in the classroom to assist their learning (select all that apply):
- Portable lab devices (ex. tablets)
- Personal electronic devices (ex. tablets, laptops, etc.)
- Handouts (ex. loose worksheets)
- Textile resources (ex. building blocks, etc.)
3. Of the following options, which could we offer our students to make them better citizens and more prepared for the “real world”? Select all that apply.
- Leadership programs
- More elective options
- More academic classes
- Work experience inside and outside the school
- Student Council opportunities