Howland Local Schools Traditional and Online Distance Learning Survey
As we prepare for the 2020-2021 school year, we would like to hear from our Tiger families. We have developed a short survey regarding online and traditional learning and hope to gain your insight. This information will allow us to make the most informed decisions that will provide our students the safest and most effective learning environment as we return to school in the fall.
With rapidly changing developments regarding COVID-19 and school, we are busy determining logistics for our fall return and value your assistance in completing this survey. We also appreciate your patience as we work to formulate our return-to-school plan that offers the most effective social, emotional, and educational needs for our kids and families, while remaining compliant with state and local health department direction and guidance.
Which scenario best fits your situation in regard to your child returning to school for the 2020-2021 school year?
I want my child to return to school on campus with recommended health protocols in place that may include adjustments to the school day depending on social distancing requirements at the time.
I want my child to continue education through distance online learning at home.
How many children will you have in the Howland Local School District in the 2020-2021 school year?
4 or more
In what grades will you have students in the Howland Local School District in the 2020-2021 school year?
1st - 2nd Grades
3rd - 4th Grades
5th - 8th Grades
9th - 12th Grades
For K-8 families, do you plan on having your child ride the bus to and from school?
I plan on having my child ride the bus.
I plan on driving my child to and from school.
Do you believe your child learned better using online distance learning?
If you answered no to the question above, what suggestions would you make to improve online learning?
What type of internet access do you have at home?
Only have access to the internet on my cell phone
Do not have access to the internet
Are all of the adults in the household who can assist with online distance learning currently working?
If current conditions do not change, how comfortable would you be picking up books, supplies, or equipment for your child to use at home for online distance learning?
If the school had to distribute books, supplies or equipment for children to use at home for online distance learning, which of the following would you prefer?
Picking it up at the school
Dropping off directly to your home
If the school had to rely on Google Meets to facilitate distance learning, would you prefer the meetings take place during traditional class periods?
Yes, I would prefer my child learns during their traditional class periods/school day.
No, I would prefer my child not learn outside of her/his traditional class periods/school day.
How frequently would online recorded video lectures from the classroom teacher be helpful in each class?
Daily recorded lectures
Weekly recorded lectures
How frequently do you check ProgressBook?
If a hybrid instructional model (face-to-face and online) is instituted, would you prefer that face-to-face time is focused on teaching and online time is focused on practicing taught skills independently?
Rate your child’s success with online learning. If Online instruction is implemented in the 2020-21 school year, there will be updates and enhancements to improve the efficacy of the online distance model for optimal student success.
What did your student struggle with most during online distance learning?
What did teachers do that you believe worked best for your child during online distance learning and what would you want to see more of if continued?
Please feel free to share more. We value your feedback and input during this challenging time for kids, families, and staff.
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This form was created inside of Trumbull County Educational Service Center.