Pre-K to K Transition Survey

 
Pre-K to Kindergarten Transition Survey

Rochester City School District/ABC Head Start

Directions: This survey is voluntary for participants. Your responses will be used to design better transitions for our students and families. Please indicate your response by clicking on the answer that most closely represents your opinion.

This survey is anonymous. No one will be able to determine your answers. By this disclaimer the District waives any rights to attempt to identify any respondants. This is your chance to have your voice heard on the most important matters in early childhood education. We will publish the full results later this spring; we hope to have some preliminary results in time for the April 26 Transition Summit. We are most appreciative of your time and effort in this endeavor.
1. Indicate your title by selecting the most appropriate response below.
2. How long have you been working in your current position with Pre-K or kindergarten students and families?
3. Upon exiting your teacher preparation program did you plan to become an early childhood teacher?
4. Do you feel that your training and professional development have prepared you for the role you currently hold as an educator?
5. I teach:
6. The next eight (8) questions are for Pre-K teachers only. (Kindergarten teachers please skip to Question 16.) Estimates are fine. Please estimate the number of students who entered your classroom this year with an Individual Education Plan (IEP):
7. For Pre-K teachers: Of the students with IEPs in my classroom, please estimate the number of students who receive speech/language services:
8. For Pre-K teachers: Please estimate the number of students in my classroom I have referred to the Committee on Preschool Special Education:
9. For Pre-K teachers: Please estimate the number of students I teacher for whom English is a second language (ELL students):
10. For Pre-K teachers: Please estimate the number of students I teach who exhibit challenging behaviors:
11. For Pre-K teachers please estimate the number of your students who are developmentally "ahead of the curve" and are potential high-achievers.
12. For Pre-K teachers: Does your school or agency have a formal prekindergarten to kindergarten transition plan?
13. For Pre-K teachers: Do you believe you would benefit from attending professional development alongside kindergarten teachers?
14. For Pre-K teachers: Do you know what the expectations for entering kindergarteners are currently?
15. For Pre-K teachers, I expect a student exiting Pre-K to be able to . . .
16. For kindergarten teachers (Pre-K teachers skip to the end, to additional comments), the number of students who entered in the fall who had a formal Pre-K experience:
17. For kindergarten teachers, please comment on the level of preparedness of your kindergarteners when they arrived in September, including your perspectives on those who attended a formal Pre-K program and those who did not.
18. For kindergarten teachers, the approximate number of students who are receiving outside assistance (including but not limited to tutoring and/or counseling):
19. For kindergarten teachers, please estimate the number of Pre-K students entering my classroom this year with an Individual Education Plan (IEP):
20. For kindergarten teachers: please estimate the number of students with IEPs in your classroom who receive speech/language services.
21. For kindergarten teachers, please estimate the number of students that you have referred to to Committee on Special Education (since the start of this school year).
22. For kindergarten teachers, please estimate the number of your students with IEPs who receive speech/language therapy.
23. For kindergarten teachers, please estimate the number of your students who you have referred to the Committee on Special Education (CSE).
24. For kindergarten teachers, please estimate the number of your students for whom English is a second language (ELL):
25. For kindergarten teachers, please estimate the number of your students who are developmentally "ahead of the curve" and are potential high-achievers.
26. For kindergarten teachers, please estimate the number of your students who exhibit challenging behaviors:
27. For kindergarten teachers, the approximate number of students with social-emotional issues where an outside intervention is needed:
28. For kindergarten teachers, does your schooll have a formal prekindergarten to kindergarten plan?
29. For kindergarten teachers, I expect an entering kindergarten student to be able to . . .
30. For kindergarten teachers, do you feel you would benefit from attending professional development workshops with Pre-K teachers?
31. Additional comments:
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