Given the uncertainty about what fall will look like (in class, online, or a blend), it is important to try to understand what worked and what didn’t’ work during these months of distance learning. One of the best places to get that data is from our students. Catlin Tucker believes that collecting data from students is one of the most effective ways for teachers to continue learning, growing, and iterating on their practice.
In this blog, Catlin shares a Google Form she created to support teachers in gathering data from their students about their experiences learning online.
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