Distance Learning Survey Results

 

In mid- November the District asked families and students what they think we should start, stop, and continue doing to ensure that distance learning is an effective model. We received 303 responses. 

We very much thank everyone who participated in this thought exchange. Please know that we heard you and your feedback is instrumental in making changes and improvements to help ensure student success.

Here’s a high-level summary of the results broken out by the top themes, thoughts and ideas for action steps. 

The one to five rating bar graphs range from 1s as the least agree with the statement while a 5 rating completely agrees with the statement.  

Forms response chart. Question title: How worried are you about your child/children’s social-emotional health during remote learning?. Number of responses: 303 responses.

Forms response chart. Question title: How connected does your child feel to their peers and teacher?. Number of responses: 303 responses.

Forms response chart. Question title: Do you feel like your child has enough academic time from instruction and to complete assigned work?. Number of responses: 303 responses.

Forms response chart. Question title: How satisfied are you with your school’s distance learning program:. Number of responses: 303 responses.

Forms response chart. Question title: Do you feel you understand your role as a facilitator of distance learning?. Number of responses: 303 responses.

Forms response chart. Question title: As a parent do you feel connected to your child’s teacher so you have a grasp of the content and expectations of learning?. Number of responses: 303 responses.

Forms response chart. Question title: Do you feel satisfied with the emotional and social support your child is receiving as a distance learner?. Number of responses: 303 responses.