Online Student Safety and Comfort - Parent Survey
Dear Parents and Guardians - As the COVID-19 Statewide School Closure continues, Oceanport District is researching ways to offer live extra help and other options for students with their teachers. There are many concerns associated with this path in terms of Student Comfort, Internet Safety, Student Access, and more. Please assist our district by filling out the following survey. Data collected will assist us to inform our next steps in this process. Thank you.
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Ranking Current Needs: Social/Emotional Online Learning: My child/children need(s) to see teachers and classmates so that the “new normal” becomes more normal. If the Oceanport School District could upgrade current virtual learning to include “LIVE” social and emotional learning, I would be: *
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Ranking Current Needs: My child/children need(s) to see teachers and classmates for extra help on assignments. If the Oceanport School District could upgrade current virtual learning to include “LIVE” extra-help small group sessions, I would be: *
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Ranking Current Needs: My child/children need(s) extra help with online assignments, but feels embarrassed about asking for help in front of other students. If the Oceanport School District could upgrade current virtual learning to include “LIVE” 1-on-1 extra help sessions with teachers, I would be: *
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Ranking Current Needs: My child/children are fine with current online assignments and interactions with teachers through Google Classroom. I want the Oceanport School District to continue with the current on-line learning format. Keeping online learning "as is" makes me feel: *
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Concerns for Student Online Internet Safety: The nature of “LIVE” on-line group virtual learning means that your child’s name and live video could potentially be seen by anyone in the background of the other students who are participating, and that your child may see actions in the background of other students. Please select one of the following: *
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Concerns for Student Online Internet Safety: “LIVE” online learning has the potential to expose your child’s information, such as, but not limited to: Name, Age, Classification Status, Accommodations, Related Services, Academic Levels and/or Skills. Please select one of the following: *
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Concerns for Student Online Internet Safety: “LIVE” on-line instruction can result in students being taped without parental consent or knowledge. Please select one of the following: *
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Concerns for Student Online Internet Safety: The recording of “LIVE” virtual lessons and instruction between the teachers and students by an outside person can be a violation of both Board of Education policies and the New Jersey Wiretapping Law (N.J. Stat. §§ 2A:156A). Please select one of the following: *
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Concerns for Student Online Internet Safety: The Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office recently informed Superintendents across the county that on-line exploitation of school-aged children is on the rise as a result of the current national need for online instruction. Platforms such as “Zoom” have been hacked and personal information has been stolen. Other Platforms vary in terms of overall student security. Please select one of the following: *
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Types of Online Platforms for Virtual Learning: There are many platforms from which to choose in terms of offering virtual help and/or instruction to students. Some allow students and teachers to view one another, in a recorded setting, but NOT in a “LIVE” setting. However, ANY virtual platform has the potential to be hacked. Please rank your overall comfort level with Recorded Virtual Platforms : *
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Types of Online Platforms for Virtual Learning: There are many platforms from which to choose in terms of offering virtual help and/or instruction to students. Some are “LIVE”-only. Please rank your comfort level with allowing your child/children to participate in a fully "LIVE" Virtual Learning Platform: *
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Additional Parental Input: “I know that there are dangers to children on the Internet, but I think we will be fine. Students need and want interaction with teachers and friends. The District should launch “LIVE” online Virtual Learning. Please answer "Yes" or "No": *
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Additional Parental Input: “I would prefer an alternate means of communication between teachers and students, rather than “LIVE” online Virtual Learning. Please answer "Yes" or "No": *
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Additional Parental Input: "My child has access to a webcam for the purpose of "LIVE" Virtual Instruction. *
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Additional Parental Input: "My child has access to a microphone for the purpose of "LIVE" Virtual Instruction. *
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