The First Two Weeks Distance Learning Survey

After only two weeks we know the current situation is not working nor is it sustainable for the future. Teachers are working more hours during distance learning without enough time to accomplish all they want or need to do with their students. It is taking a hard toll on everyone. 

We have demanded to bargain the MOU with the district and have started negotiations.  This survey will enable the negotiations team to represent you with the strength of data from its members. 

We know everyone is overwhelmed and overworked, but we urge everyone to take part in this survey. The more people who do, the greater its effectiveness. We know not every possible question is being asked so we ask you to write in additional concerns, issues, and suggestions/solutions you might have. 

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* 1. What best describes your grade level assignment

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* 2. On average, how many additional hours do you work (outside the contracted school day) to prepare and plan your lessons for synchronous and asynchronous teaching? (This does not include grading, parental contact, professional development, or other work.) 

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* 3. How many minutes per teaching day do you spend on synchronous/live learning?

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* 4. How many minutes per teaching day do you spend on asynchronous learning?

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* 5. On average, how many hours per week (outside of regular teaching hours and separate from lesson planning and creation) do you spend grading, communicating with parents, taking professional development, etc?

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* 6. How often have you had technical issues in the past 2 weeks?

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* 7. Do you have the essential equipment to teach online?

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* 8. How much time do you think is needed on a weekly basis for district provided Professional Development

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* 9. Have you had any physical pain or issues related to working on a computer all day long?

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* 10. List other important or relevant questions or concerns you have. Please be as brief and succinct as possible.

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