As the school year ended this past spring, under extraordinary circumstances, Tipton Community School Corporation surveyed its students and parents to better understanding what they were thinking and going through with the extended remote learning. As a member of Cognia (formerly AdvancED), TCSC had access to a specially developed survey that was used by other member schools going through the COVID-19 crisis. The survey was intended as a resource that could help schools get a consistent overview of how students and families are faring in their new learning situations.
The surveys provide insight from both students’ and parents’ points of view into questions such as:
- How connected do students feel to their school and their classmates?
- Do students have the devices and support they need to complete their work?
- How are students feeling about things happening around them?
- Have parents’ perceptions of their children’s schools changed as a result of the remote learning experience?
Three versions of the student survey were used, for elementary (grades 3–5), middle (6–8), and high (9–12) school students. In addition, a parent survey was used for parents of students in grades 3-12.
The complete Remote Learning Surveys can be found by clicking on the links below:
- Summary – Remote Learning Survey 2020
- Parent (Grades 3-12) – Remote Learning Survey 2020
- Tipton High School Student Survey – Remote Learning Survey 2020
- Tipton Middle School Student Survey – Remote Learning Survey 2020
- Tipton Elementary School Student (Grades 3-5) Survey – Remote Learning Survey 2020