Immigration CSAI curriculum survey

 
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1. The purpose of this survey is to solicit feeback from congregations and/or groups that have used the UUA's six-week curriculum on congregational study/action issue (CSAI), "Immigration as a Moral Issue." By filling out this survey, you certify that you have used all of large parts of this curriculum in your congregation (or UU group). Contact information is required for verification and follow up. Thank you.
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2. The congregational study/action issue (CSAI) "Immigration as a Moral Issue" marks the first time that a multi-week curriculum has been offered to accompany the traditional resource guide. Was the new curriculum format helpful compared to the resource guide alone?
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3. Were you a participant or facilitator?
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4. What was the average attendence?
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5. Was attendance steady or did it decline over time?
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6. Each session was formatted to start with an opening reading, introduce activities that promote reflection and discussion, and end with a closing reading. Part of the intent was to remind participants what we are discussing this issue as people of faith. In general, how well did the format of each session work?
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7. The intent of week one was to introduce and discuss the multiple causes of migration and immigration. After week one, on a scale of one to five, did you feel you had a better understanding of the intended topic.
(1 = no better to 5 = much better, choose 0 if you skipped that week)
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8. The intent of week two was to review the history of immigration, migration, and changing borders in what is now the United States. After week two, on a scale of one to five, did you feel you had a better understanding of the intended topic.
(1 = no better to 5 = much better, choose 0 if you skipped that week)
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9. The intent of week three was to introduce and discuss the economic forces that drive immigration/migration to the U.S. After week three, on a scale of one to five, did you feel you had a better understanding of the intended topic.
(1 = no better to 5 = much better, choose 0 if you skipped that week)
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10. The intent of week four was to examine our national immigration policy's focus on enforcement and the resulting human rights abuses. After week four, on a scale of one to five, did you feel you had a better understanding of the intended topic.
(1 = no better to 5 = much better, choose 0 if you skipped that week)
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11. The intent of week five was to examine who benefits economically and politically from our current immigration policies. After week five, on a scale of one to five, did you feel you had a better understanding of the intended topic.
(1 = no better to 5 = much better, choose 0 if you skipped that week)
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12. The intent of week six was to explore possible solutions that would lead to a more just, more humane national policy on immigration. After week six, on a scale of one to five, did you feel you had a better understanding of the intended topic.
(1 = no better to 5 = much better, choose 0 if you skipped that week)
13. Based on your experience in going through the curriculum, are there any issues that you strongly feel should have been addressed that were not? Please limit your answer to one or at most two issues.
14. Based on your experience in going through the curriculum, were there any particular insights that you had about immigration?
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15. Based on your experience in going through the curriculum, how likely are you to take up immigration as a social justice issue?
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