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The global spread of COVID-19 has led to unprecedented disruptions in schooling around the world. The OECD would like to learn from you about what has been the impact on student learning and well-being, and the extent of the interruption or change in what education means.

After responding to the survey you will be able to find out how the impact on your students and the responses of your school to the pandemic compare to those experiences of your peers from around the world. Also, your responses will provide valuable insights ahead of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2022.

The survey should take approximately 5 minutes.

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* 1. What best describes you?

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* 2. Which best describes the institution where you work?

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* 4. Which of the following definitions best describes the community in which your school is located?

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* 5. Is your school a public or a private school?

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* 6. As of February 1, 2020, what was the total school enrolment (number of students)?

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* 7. In the last three years, approximately how many school days was your school building closed to students because of the following reasons?

Please count the time that your school was closed to the majority of students.

Do not count the time that your school was scheduled to be closed for school holiday or vacations.

If your school had to close and reopen multiple times, please count all closing times.

(Please enter a number for each response. Enter “0” (zero) if the school building was not closed to students.)

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* 8. During the time when your school building was closed to students because of COVID-19, how was instruction in your school organized?

  None of the classes Less than half of the classes About half of the classes More than half of the classes All or almost all of the classes
Classes were taught remotely using digital devices.
Students were asked to complete classes on their own based on materials distributed to them.
Classes were cancelled and not replaced by remote instruction.

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* 9. During the time when your school building was closed to students because of COVID-19, did your school make the following resources available to students to support their learning?

  Yes No
Paper textbooks, workbooks, or worksheets
Digital textbooks, workbooks, or worksheets
Real-time lessons by a teacher from my school on a video communication program (e.g. ZoomTM, SkypeTM, Google® MeetTM, Microsoft® Teams)
Recorded lessons or other digital material created by teachers from my school
Recorded lessons or other digital material created by others outside of school
Additional instructional resources for students with special learning needs
Additional instructional resources for students whose heritage language is different from the national test language
Lessons broadcast over television or radio

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* 10. During the time when your school building was closed to students because of COVID-19, to what extent was your school’s capacity to provide remote instruction hindered by the following issues?

  Not at all Very little To some extent A lot
Lack of access to digital devices among students
Lack of access to digital devices among teachers
Lack of access to the Internet among students
Lack of access to the Internet among teachers
Lack of learning management systems or school learning platforms (e.g. Blackboard®, Edmodo®, Moodle®, Google® Classroom™)
Lack of educational materials for distance learning (e.g. textbooks, workbooks, worksheets, instructional videos)
Difficulty getting in touch with students while school buildings were closed
Shortage of teachers available to provide remote instruction
Lack of experience in providing remote instruction among teachers

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* 11. During the time when your school building was closed to students because of COVID-19, were teachers in your school asked to do the following things?

  Yes No
Communicate with students through written notes or letters
Communicate with students through email
Conduct virtual office hours or meetings with students
Answer students’ questions over the phone
Initiate calls to students (e.g. phone, SkypeTM)
Ask parents or guardians for their help with their child’s distance learning
Initiate communications (e.g. email, phone, SkypeTM) with parents or guardians about their child’s progress
Provide information to parents or guardians about how to help their child with school work
Keep track of students’ attendance in distance learning activities
Keep track of students’ completion of distance learning assignments

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* 12. During the time when your school building was closed to students because of COVID-19, did the school keep track of students’ attendance in distance learning activities?

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* 13. During the time when your school building was closed to students because of COVID-19, approximately what percentage of students attended distance learning activities in a typical week?

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* 14. During the time when your school building was closed to students because of COVID-19, approximately what percentage of students did not attend any distance learning activities?

If your school closed multiple times because of COVID-19, please provide the approximate mean percentage across all instances.

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* 15. During the time when your school building was closed to students because of COVID-19, were the following resources used to support teachers in providing remote instruction?

  Yes No
Regular meetings with other teachers and staff
Online platforms and tools for self-directed or collaborative learning (e.g. online forums, discussion boards, professional communities)
Tools that help teachers develop remote instruction plans (e.g. digital lesson planners, compiled resources and guides offered by organisations)
Professional development activities focused on how to provide remote instruction

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* 16. During the time when your school building was closed to students because of COVID-19, to what extent did you feel your school was supported by the following groups?

  Not at all Very little To some extent A lot
A national educational authority
A regional educational authority
A local educational authority
Students’ parents or guardians
Private donors

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* 17. Has your school taken any of the following actions to prepare for remote instruction?

  Yes, as a standard practice before COVID-19 Yes, in response to COVID-19 No
Training teaching staff on the use of video communication programs (e.g. ZoomTM, SkypeTM, Google® Meet™, Microsoft® Teams) for remote instruction
Training students on the use of video communication programs (e.g. ZoomTM, SkypeTM, Google® Meet™, Microsoft® Teams) for remote instruction
Preparing digital material for remote instruction (e.g. reorganising existing resources, designing new resources)
Preparing paper-based material for remote instruction (e.g. reorganising existing resources, designing new resources)
Adapting existing curriculum plans for remote instruction (e.g. modifying course requirements, sequence of lessons, grading policies)
Preparing digital materials for assessing student learning via online assessment (e.g. quizzes, tests)
Compiling instructional resources for parents or guardians to support their child’s learning outside the school
Ensuring that students have access to digital devices for remote instruction
Ensuring that teaching staff have access to digital resources for remote instruction
Preparing a plan for transitioning students and teachers from classroom-based instruction to remote instruction

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* 18. To what extent do you agree with the following statements about your schools’ capacity to enhance learning and teaching using digital devices?

(Please think of different kinds of digital devices such as for example desktop computers, portable laptops, tablet computers, or interactive whiteboards.)

  Strongly disagree Disagree Agree Strongly agree
Teachers have the necessary technical and pedagogical skills to integrate digital devices in instruction.
Teachers have sufficient time to prepare lessons integrating digital devices.
Effective professional resources for teachers to learn how to use digital devices are available.
An effective online learning support platform is available.
Teachers are provided with incentives to integrate digital devices in their teaching.
The school has sufficient qualified technical assistant staff.

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* 19. Overall, how prepared do you feel your school is for providing remote instruction if your school building closed to students for an extended period in the future?

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* 20. Share your insights in more detail here via video and join the global conversation, or feel free to add a further comment below on your experience of teaching during COVID-19.

Thank you for your time completing this survey.

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