K-12 Alberta Teachers Survey
Canadian Cultural Mosaic Foundation (CanadianCMF) is a national not-for-profit organization, working to mitigate racism and create cultural understanding via advocacy and public education. CanadianCMF is working on a project developing a K-12 multicultural resource hub to support teachers when teaching multiculturalism and diversity within the current curriculum. The project is to gather existing resources and organize them in a way that teachers can easily utilize in their teaching by directly connecting them to Alberta K-12 curriculum and specific outcomes. Teachers’ voices are vital in this project as we would like to have a clear picture of what is happening at schools, what is currently available for teachers, what the biggest challenges are, and what teachers would like to see in this final project result.

Here is a short survey to gather your experiences and opinions. The survey is fully confidential and we will not identify yourself or your school. You are required to provide your full name and school name, solely to ensure reliability of the information. Your personal information you provide will not be shared in anyway. If you have any more questions, please contact canadiancmf@gmail.com.

Email address
Full Name
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School Name (you can write 'substitute' if you are currently a substitute teacher) This school MUST be in Alberta
Your answer
Grades you teach (check all applicable)
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How does your school engage in multiculturalism? (Please choose all that are applicable)
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Do students at your school engage in racism? (e.g. verbal comments, physical violence, bullying, cyber-bullying, etc.)
How often does conflict happen among students at your school relating to race/culture/ethnicity/religion? (including both verbal and physical)
What are the biggest personal challenges in teaching about multiculturalism? (Please choose all that are applicable)
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What are the biggest system level challenges in teaching about multiculturalism? (ie. in curriculum or policy level)
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What teaching resources do you use to address multiculturalism within your classroom? (ie. names of websites, books, or etc.)
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If you do not use any resource to address multiculturalism in your classroom, what are the reasons? (If you answered the question above, you can skip this question)
When we complete the project and launch the resource hub, what do you think is the best way for distribution?
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Any comments or concerns?
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