Your Teaching Story - Beta Version
Tell me about you and your experience as a teacher. Because this is a new venture for me, I've created a Beta Version of this survey. Your feedback will help me refine the questions. FYI, you don't need to answer every question.

To learn more about why I'm doing this you can read my post:

Some demographic information will be asked for so that I can look for trends by years of experience, gender, region, etc. Your individual responses will never be shared unless you opt to have a quote shared.

Your identity is no one's business but your own, and I have no plans to share it with anyone in any way. I do not collect your email address unless you want to share it. If you would like to contact me, please do, at
Are you currently teaching in a K-12 environment?
How many years of teaching experience do you have?
At what level do you currently (or most recently) teach?
What subject do you teach?
Where do/did you teach? (check all that apply)
Why did you become a teacher?
Your answer
What is your current overall satisfaction level with your teaching experience?
Very Satisfied
Since starting teaching, would you say your satisfaction level with your teaching experience has changed?
What do/did you enjoy most about teaching?
Your answer
What do/did you find to be the most challenging aspects of teaching?
Your answer
Have you ever considered leaving teaching? If so, why?
Your answer
If you have left the teaching profession, did you return or would you consider returning?
Your answer
What do you think are the biggest challenges facing educators today?
Your answer
Please share anything you would like to about being a teacher or if you want to expand on any of the previous questions.
Your answer
Can I quote you? If so, what can I include?
If you would like to share a specific quote that could be used in a blog post or other report, please include it here. You can use your full name, first name, or no name. Or, if it's a quote from someone else, include their name (for instance, Einstein).
Your answer
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