SWDSS: Teacher Survey
Directions: Thank you in advance for your thought, attention, and care when responding to these questions. Your responses will help Engaging Schools support your interests and needs in creating a Schoolwide Discipline and Student Support program that is fair, respectful, accountable, restorative, and viable.
School: *
Date: *
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Current Gender Identity: *
How do you describe your racial/ethnic identity? (Check all that apply.) *
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How many years have you been teaching? *
Your answer
When students are involved in disciplinary incidents, what do you hope is the outcome for the student? *
Your answer
In your teaching, to what extent do you feel prepared for the following: *
Not at all
Somewhat
Well
Very well
Content of the subject
Engaging instructional methods
Classroom management (creating rituals, routines, procedures, etc.)
Classroom discipline
What four student behaviors typically disrupt the classroom and/or get in the way of student learning? Check the top four. *
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When students are under-performing, what is one action that you consistently take that turns the situation around? *
Your answer
When students are under-performing, what is a second action that you consistently take that turns the situation around? *
Your answer
Read through the following systems/policies. Are they clearly designed? Fill in the grid accordingly. *
Yes, clearly designed.
No, not clearly designed.
I am not sure.
Classroom removal form
Classroom re-entry protocol
Clear school rules
Clear policy for cell phone usage
Clear policy for tardies
Clear consequences when students engage in multiple violations/referrals
Interventions to help students become more skillful when they are engaged in chronic violations
A due process investigation protocol
Read through the following systems/policies. Are they clearly communicated? Fill in the grid accordingly. *
Yes, clearly communicated.
No, not clearly communicated.
I am not sure.
Classroom removal form
Classroom re-entry protocol
Clear school rules
Clear policy for cell phone usage
Clear policy for tardies
Clear consequences when students engage in multiple violations/referrals
Interventions to help students become more skillful when they are engaged in chronic violations
A due process investigation protocol
Read through the following systems/policies. Are they being implemented by 90% of the staff? Fill in the grid accordingly. *
Yes, is currently implemented by 90% of staff.
No, not currently implemented by 90% of staff.
I am not sure.
Classroom removal form
Classroom re-entry protocol
Clear school rules
Clear policy for cell phone usage
Clear policy for tardies
Clear consequences when students engage in multiple violations/referrals
Interventions to help students become more skillful when they are engaged in chronic violations
A due process investigation protocol
When a student demonstrates unskillful/immature/inappropriate behavior what steps do you take to manage the situation and retain the student in the classroom? *
Your answer
In order to support students who are struggling to be more self-directed, self-managed, responsible, and academically successful:
What do you think we as teachers should be doing less of collectively? *
Your answer
What do you think we as teachers should be doing more of collectively? *
Your answer
What do you think we as teachers should be doing differently? *
Your answer
What four student behaviors typically seems to "trigger" the majority of disciplinary consequences in public spaces? Check the top four. *
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What professional learning would be most supportive to you deepening your expertise as a teacher? Choose your top four. *
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