June 2020 COVID-19 English Language Teachers’ Survey

[Department of Education and Skills, Marlborough St. Dublin]

PURPOSE
This survey seeks to learn about the experiences of English Language Teachers who were affected in their work in the Irish English Language Education sector because of restrictions placed on schools by the Department of Education and Skills.

PARTICPANTS
The survey is open to all English Language Teachers working in Ireland currently and/or at the time of the beginning of restrictions 13 March 2020.

This survey is for all English Language Teachers including those who:

  • teach online for their school,
  • have taught for a short time,
  • have begun to teach more recently and/or
  • have never taught for their school online.

FORMAT
All 15 required initial questions are multiple choice or checkbox. They are grouped into three sections. This section takes approximately 4 minutes.

If you have taught online you can access a final 20 optional follow-on questions regarding your experience of Teaching Online. These are grouped in 7 sections. The Teaching Online section takes approximately 6 minutes.

-You may review all your answers at the end of this survey before submitting.
-You may request a copy of the report sent to you by email.
-You can exit the survey at any time and your responses will not be submitted unless you click submit.

DATA
-A sub-committee of members of the Unite ELT Branch will process the data participants voluntarily submit.
-All data remains anonymous.
-The survey will not request names or specific workplaces.
-Emails will only be required if a copy of the results as requested by the participant.
-Your personal data cannot be shared without your consent.

DATA COLLECTION AND PRESENTATION
This survey will remain open for one month. Publication of data will happen as soon as possible after the survey closes.

LINK

Click here to access the June 2020 COVID-19 English Language Teachers’ Survey

Unite ELT Branch
3 June 2020

Published by eltunite

English Language Teachers' Branch of Unite the Union.

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