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* 1. In your own words, how do you define the following?

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* 2. On a scale of 1 to 100, how would you rate your own level of knowledge and understanding of SEL and how to apply SEL in your teaching and learning practices?

0=No knowledge of SEL or SEL-related concepts 50=Basic understanding of SEL concepts but not sure how to apply them to my own teaching and learning 100=Deep understanding of SEL and intentional about integrating SEL consistently into teaching and learning practices
i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

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* 3. On a scale of 1 to 100, how would you rate your own knowledge and understanding of CRT and how to apply CRT in your teaching and learning practices?

0=No knowledge of CRT or CRT-related concepts 50=Basic knowledge of CRT but not sure how to apply it to my teaching and learning 100=Deep understanding of CRT and intentional about integrating CRT into my teaching and learning
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* 4. On a scale of 1 to 100, how would you rate your own understanding of the relationship between SEL and CRT?

0=SEL and CRT are not related 50=SEL and CRT are related but not sure how 100=Deep understanding of how SEL and CRT are related and the importance of integrating the two
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* 5. The next set of questions have to do with what you thought of various aspects of the retreat that you just completed.

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To what extent did this retreat help you respond to the challenges of integrating SEL/CRT into your courses?
To what extent did this retreat help you respond to the challenges of integrating SEL/CRT into your teacher preparation program?
Were the videos presented at the retreat useful in moving your thinking forward about integrating SEL/CRT?
Was the lesson presented at the retreat on culturally responsive literature amends useful in moving your thinking forward about integrating SEL/CRT?
To what extent was there a helpful balance between providing guided practice and new information, with time to reflect and process?

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* 6. The remaining questions in this survey have to do with your thoughts and opinions about the Institute as a whole.

Based on your own experience as a participant of the Teacher Educator Institute (TEI), on a scale of 1 to 5 with 1=not at all effective and 5=extremely effective, to what extent do you feel that the Institute was effective in meeting its original goals?

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Promote attention to integration of both teacher and student social-emotional skills development within ongoing courses/program
Provide understanding of, and ability to use CRTWC Anchor Competencies Schema, Resource Guide and Reference list to guide course revisions
Provide understanding of, and ability to use CRTWC Anchor Competencies Schema, Resource Guide and Reference list to guide fieldwork revisions
Provide understanding of, and ability to use CRTWC Anchor Competencies Schema, Resource Guide and Reference list to guide programmatic revisions (e.g, common tool)
Develop participants' ability to use an "SEL/CRT lens" to guide their instructional practice
Provide resources created by CRTWC to integrate SEL/CRT into participants' K-8 teacher preparation programs
Provide strategies and support to institutionalize SEL/CRT into participants' teacher preparation programs
Share learnings and strategies used by other teacher preparation programs to integrate SEL/CRT practices

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* 7. Based on your own experience as a participant of TEI, on a scale of 1 to 5 with 1=not at all useful and 5=extremely useful, to what extent did you find the following aspects of the Institute useful in deepening your understanding and application of the SEL/CRT lens?

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Retreat #1 (August 2018)
Zoom Meeting #1 (Practice using an SEL/CRT lens with English Language Learners: Video Analysis)
Zoom Meeting #2 (Practice using an SEL/CRT lens with a Teaching Case: A Story about Equity)
Zoom Meeting #3 (Sandy Holman's presentation on using a SEL/CRT lens to teach diverse students)
Zoom Meeting #4 (Practice using an SEL/CRT lens: Building a Belonging Classroom)
Individual program meetings with Wendy and Nancy to discuss your teacher preparation program's progress and challenges
Retreat #2 (June 2019)
Being part of a learning community of like-minded educators working towards a common goal

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* 8. What did you find to be the 1-2 most useful aspects of TEI?

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* 9. What improvements would you make to the Institute? What would you suggest we add, subtract and/or adapt for our next TEI cohort? (Please consider retreats, zoom calls, materials, etc.)

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* 10. One of the potential goals of TEI was to create a learning community extending beyond the life of the Institute to share SEL/CRT-related best practices and resources. Would you be interested in being part of such a learning community?

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* 11. If you answered yes to the question above, what additional supports or opportunities would you like to see CRTWC provide that would help you move your work forward (check all that apply).

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* 12. Would you recommend participation in the the Teacher Educator Institute to other teacher educators?

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* 13. Is there anything else that hasn't been asked that you would like to share about  your personal experience in TEI? If so, please do so in the space provided below.

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