QUESTIONS FOR #USvsHate Educator Facilitators
Thanks for joining #USvsHate! Your responses to these questions will help the #USvsHate team make any necessary adjustments to the #USvsHate process and materials during the 2018-19 pilot, so the project goes well for adults and students. We ask for your name and email solely so we can get back to you as needed. We will not share your thoughts anywhere with your name on them!

See below: we are conducting an additional research project exploring a potential national expansion of #USvsHate next year, in collaboration with Teaching Tolerance. Let us know if you'd like to join the study!

Email address *
Name
Your answer
School, if applicable
Your answer
District
Your answer
Which #USvsHate activity from the Resource List, did you try?
Your answer
Do you disagree or agree with the following statements? *
Disagree
Agree
In this #USvsHate activity, I grew my skills to facilitate or join civil conversation in the classroom.
In this #USvsHate activity, I grew my skills to encourage classroom discussion of controversial policies or events.
In this #USvsHate activity, I grew my skills to have strong relationships with students.
In this #USvsHate activity, I grew more comfortable discussing topics like race, class, and gender with students.
In this #USvsHate activity, I grew my skills to support marginalized students.
In this #USvsHate activity, I grew my skills to teach and foster empathy and compassion.
In this #USvsHate activity, I grew my skills to build bridges across lines of difference.
Please give an example of a successful moment in this activity. (E.g., in the #USvsHate activity, did you see students engaged in any powerful efforts to act inclusively toward others?) *
Your answer
Please give an example of a difficult moment in this activity. (E.g., in the #USvsHate activity, did you hear students make derogatory remarks or express biased opinions about particular groups of people? What did you do?) *
Your answer
What's one thing you would do differently if you led this dialogue again?
Your answer
What's one form of support you need as you facilitate such dialogue activities? Who do you need that support from?
Your answer
How would you now rate relationships among student groups in your setting? *
Polarized and contentious
Respectful, civil and caring
To promote inclusivity in your school, what additional supports for students are necessary? Give an example. *
Your answer
Right now, what do you think are the major controversial policies, events, or political issues affecting your school or community? *
Your answer
What supports do you need to discuss these issues specifically, with your students (or their parents, or your colleagues)? Give an example.
Your answer
I'd like to receive results from my students' pre- and post-surveys. *
I’d like to learn more about joining a research study where I can help shape #USvsHate for a national audience. (We would talk to you briefly about your experience. If you are in the San Diego Unified, Vista Unified, and Sweetwater Unified School Districts, we might also talk with your students if parents permit.)
This survey is just to make sure #USvsHate goes well locally. Can we also use your anonymous responses in the research project on expanding #USvsHate nationally? *
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