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Survey of teachers and education workers by OTF: Implications of online teaching and learning in Ontario

The Ontario Teachers’ Federation (OTF/FEO) is conducting an evaluation to explore the current and future implications of online/virtual teaching and learning in the K-12 educational context in Ontario. The OTF/FEO commissioned this evaluation externally.

As part of this evaluation, OTF/FEO is inviting all teachers and education workers who are represented by the four affiliates (AEFO, ETFO, OSSTF/FEESO, OECTA) to share their lived experiences, perspectives and insights by participating in an online survey. Your responses to the survey as an educator will help OTF/FEO gather further meaningful data about the implications of online/virtual teaching and learning.

The survey takes approximately 45 minutes to complete, depending on the length of your open-ended responses.

Please note that the deadline for completion of the survey is November 8, 2021.

Please also note the following:

  • Your participation is completely voluntary.
  • You may elect to end your participation at any time.
  • You may elect to skip ANY question that you prefer not to answer.
  • One or more questions may trigger an emotional response or resurface a difficult experience. If you require counselling or support, connect with a medical professional or your union or with the Employee Assistance Program should an EAP be available to you.
  • All of your responses will remain anonymous.
  • Any identifying information will be removed from the completed surveys.
  • The data will only be accessible to the research team.

To participate in the survey, please click on the following link.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Dr. Lisa Bayrami (lead researcher) via email or phone 416-722-9050.

You can review the invitation letter from OTF/FEO here.

2 Comments on Survey of teachers and education workers by OTF: Implications of online teaching and learning in Ontario

  1. Online teaching is great and should be supported. Offering students different ways to learn is always a good idea.

  2. Michele Levar // November 8, 2021 at 2:12 pm // Reply

    hybrid teaching is impossible and VERY unhealthy for the educator and the student. The workload is double which includes all the extra paperwork and box checking educators have to do. It simply is not possible to sustain such working conditions.

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