Education Survey on Teaching and Learning during the Pandemic
Teaching and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic challenged the field of education to develop various options for instructional delivery. Teacher preparation programs and K-12 learning were directly impacted by the pandemic. To address instructional delivery, hybrid teaching emerged as a viable option. To gain additional insights on how hybrid learning impacted our K-12 learners post pandemic, researchers in Saint Leo University’s Undergraduate Education program would like to learn more about the continued instructional implications of teaching and learning within this model.
Below are the links to a short IRB-approved survey asking questions that may help shed light on this issue. No information will be gathered that could personally identify survey participants. Additionally, individuals should not include their names on the survey. By filling out and returning the survey, participants will help Saint Leo education faculty better understand how to serve and inform the field of education by providing insight during this time of uncertainty.
The survey should take no more than 15 minutes and is very informal. Please take the survey via the link below.
Thank you for your time and consideration in helping us address this important issue. If you have any questions, please contact Associate Professor of Education Dr. Lisa Delgado Brown or Assistant Professor of Education Dr. Christine Picot.