NYC Art Teachers' Survey: Remote Teaching and September Return.
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1) How was your experience with remote teaching as an art educator? 1 = Not Comfortable at all, 5 = Very Comfortable. FINDINGS: 140 felt somewhat or very comfortable while 49 reported being somewhat or very uncomfortable.
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2) Please rate how you were guided during remote teaching? FINDINGS: "Not at all helpful"did not dominate any one category and educators felt that other educators, Social media and their own experience was the most helpful
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Part I of III: Instruction and Technology
3) Instruction and Technology: Please rate any challenges during remote teaching. FINDINGS: "Somewhat to Major Challenge" outnumbered "not a challenge" for each question. The biggest challenges seemed to be with students and their ability to use/navigate tech and have access to wifi. The next major challenge related to questions dealing with excessive paperwork and grading requirements
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4) Did you utilize live teaching sessions for instruction. FINDINGS: Almost 2/3 (61.2%) report using live teaching
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Utilizing Live Teaching Sessions
4Y-A) Were you mandated to do live teaching sessions? Findings: Interestingly even though almost 62% reported using live teaching almost 71% of teachers reported that they were not mandated to do so.
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4Y-B) What was the format of your meetings? 1 = Met with Small Groups of Students. 3 = an equal mix. 5 = Taught Lessons to the Entire Class. FINDINGS: Almost 50% reported to teaching live to most or all of their class while 17% report teaching mostly to small groups at a time
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4Y-C) How effective were live teaching sessions for delivering instruction? 1 = Ineffective. 5 = Very Effective. FINDINGS: Over 50% reported that teaching live was effective to very effective while only 18% reported the experience to be ineffective or somewhat ineffective.
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4Y-D) On Average, what was the student attendance at your live teaching sessions /meetings? 1 = Not at All Attended. 5 = Very Well Attended. FINDINGS: Student attendance was a problem with only 23% reporting well or very well attended and 77% reporting 50% attendance or less.
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4Y-E) How comfortable were you with technology when recording yourself? 1 = Not Comfortable at All. 5 = Very Comfortable. FINDINGS: 83% reported feeling neutral to very comfortable with recording themselves.
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4Y-F)What was the format of your online sessions? 1 = All Live Sessions. 5 = All Prerecorded. FINDINGS: Twice as many teachers reported prerecording all their lessons than those who reported only using live sessions. Most teachers reported an even mix of live and prerecorded sessions.
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Live Sessions
4N-A) What are the primary reasons you didn't use live sessions. Check all that apply. FINDINGS: Among teachers who did not use live recordings, the top 2 reasons were inability to mandate attendance and concerns about their own privacy.
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Part II of III: Student Accountability
5) Student Accountability: Please rate any challenges during remote instruction. FINDINGS: All categories had challenges ranging from Somewhat to Very but the most challenging was student attendance.
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Part III of III: Back to School, 2020 - 2021
6) How comfortable are you that schools will be properly equipped and committed to rigorously follow CDC guidelines and to maintain that throughout the school year? 1 = Not Comfortable at All. 5 = Very Comfortable. FINDINGS: Nearly 83% reported not being comfortable with most 62% reported not comfortable at all. Less than 7% reported being comfortable or very comfortable.
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7) How do you personally feel about physically returning to the classroom in September? FINDINGS: Over 86% report not being comfortable returning or having serious questions and concerns. While only 14% report being comfortable returning full or part time.
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8) If required to return to school, would you be comfortable if: FINDINGS: Very comfortable was chosen least with somewhat comfortable edging out very comfortable in all categories. Sharing Art Supplies was teachers biggest concern.
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9) Would you need to make childcare arrangements if you were mandated to return to school? FINDINGS: Nearly 30% of teachers reported that they would need some form of child care.
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Demographics
10) What grade level do you teach? FINDINGS: A little over half of the respondents taught elementary with the remainder being split almost evenly between Middle and High School.
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11) How many years have you been teaching? FINDINGS: A little over half of responds report teaching 6 to 15 years.
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13) How confident are you with the DOE's leadership going forward? 1 = Not Confident at All. 5 = Extremely Confident. FINDINGS: Just over 70% report not being confident with most (40%) report not being confident at all, while just over 5% report being confident
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14) Do you feel that your professional opinion is being heard at this time? 1 = Not at All. 5 = A Great Deal. FINDINGS: With a similar just over 5% feeling that they were being heard a larger 84% reported barely or not being heard at all.
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15) Do you feel that remote teaching has affected your health in any way? Select all that apply FINDINGS: With 30% (79 of 260) teachers reported no adverse health affects, the other 70 % listed some sort of adverse affect with a majority reporting problems with overall mental health.
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16) Are you required to obtain ongoing CTLE Credit? (Continuing Teacher and Leader Education Courses - 100 hours of PD every 5 years) FINDINGS: Almost 2/3rds reported needing CTLE.
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CTLE Credit Needed - Final Questions
16Y-A) Where do you currently get your CTLE credit. FINDINGS: 64% of teachers report getting their CTLE through free or mostly free courses. Only just under 12% report fully or mostly paying for their CTLE. Just under 25% report a a equal mix of paid/free.
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16Y-B) Would you pay $30 to attend a 2 hour UFT sponsored CTLE art ed workshop? FINDINGS: Just under 63% report that they would pay $30 for 2 hour UFT CTLE courses.
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16Y-C) Would you attend an arts workshops for no CTLE credit if they were free or had a minimal charge of $5? FINDINGS: Almost 80% of teachers who need CTLE reported that they would attend Free or low cost prof development
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Thank you for your time and input. NYCATA/UFT will compile this data to share with the OASP / DOE and the UFT and will be reporting the results to membership. We plan to use this data as a basis for a virtual open members meeting this fall.
CTLE Credit Not Needed - Final Questions
16N-A) Do you voluntarily attend art workshops and meetings for your own enrichment/professional development? FINDINGS: Almost half of teacher who do not need CTLE report that they attend workshops on their own. Less than 5%report that they do not attend any prof workshops on their own.
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16N-B) Would you be willing to pay $15 to attend a CTLE workshop, even though you are not required to get CTLE credit? FINDINGS: teachers are nearly split over paying $15 to attend prof development on their own.
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16N-C) Would you attend non CTLE arts workshops if they were free or had a minimal charge of $5? FINDINGS; Among teachers who do not need CTLE, the Number jumps to 85% for those willing to take free or low cost prof development on their own.
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Thank you for your time and input. NYCATA/UFT will compile this data to share with the OASP / DOE and the UFT and will be reporting the results to membership. We plan to use this data as a basis for a virtual open members meeting this fall.
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