Research also shows that factors outside the classroom can impede and interfere with that learning. Those factors are typically outside of a teacher’s control.
With Sen. Del Marsh’s (R-Anniston) all-things-teacher-reform bill headed to the floor of the Senate, we thought this might be a good time to ask teachers a simple question:
What do you need to improve student learning in your classroom?
Here’s the Google form. Tell us.
The first few questions get to the heart of the matter. The second section, which is entirely optional, asks teachers to share information about their school district and their role in the school. Because the needs of teachers differ across the state (or do they?), the optional information helps determine if there are actual differences.
This is by no means a scientific survey. And we are limiting participation to current teachers in Alabama’s classrooms.
Participants are on the Honor System.
Teachers, please help our readers understand what it is teachers need to improve student learning in Alabama.
Teachers, please complete the survey. And please share it with your colleagues. Here’s the direct link to share with other teachers.
The survey will remain open until March 31. Responses will be monitored and preliminary results will be shared after 100 surveys are completed.