WTU Teacher Leaders Program - Action Research Survey
Hello! Thank you for taking a few moments to complete my action research survey.
My name is Shannon Robichaud, and I am a member of the WTU Teacher Leaders Program for the 20-21 school year. I have taught for about 6 years in Washington, DC as a Kindergarten/1st Grade Teacher.
As part of the WTU Teacher Leaders Program, I am conducting research on the following topic: "How does the temporary removal of students from class consequence of the student discipline policy affect students' mental health?" Your anonymous participation in this brief survey will aid my research. If you have any additional questions, feel free to email me at
. Thanks again for your time!
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If you live in DC, in what ward do you teach?
N/A: I don't teach in DC
If you do not live in DC, where do you teach? If you teach in DC, please enter "N/A."
For how many years have you been teaching?
1 to 5 years
6 to 10 years
11 to 15 years
More than 15 years
Does your school have a specific protocol when it comes to removing students from class?
If you answered "yes," to the previous question, please briefly describe this protocol. If you answered "no," please enter "N/A."
On average, how many times are students sent out of your class in a typical school day?
Between 1 and 5 times
More than 5 times
If a student is sent out of your class, what are the reasons? Check all that apply.
Lacking materials for class
Disruptive and/or unsafe behavior
Is there a protocol for welcoming students back into the class? If yes, please describe it briefly. If no, please enter "N/A."
OPTIONAL: In your opinion, is removing a student from class a helpful way to regulate student behavior? Please briefly explain your answer.
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