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Overall, which type of professional development offered to teachers in your school/district do you prefer?
How important is it to your school or district to have programs that address your students' academic and nonacademic needs?
How often do you take the opportunity to observe and discuss the professional practice of your peers for the purpose of strengthening your own practice?
Do you feel your school/district gives too much attention to standardized tests, too little attention to them, or about the right amount of attention to them?
Is your school or district using tech tools to address students' academic and nonacademic needs (physical and emotional)?
In your opinion, what is the biggest obstacle to school improvement?
How often is time provided for you to analyze and discuss student work with your colleagues for the purpose of informing shifts in upcoming instruction?
What parts of the day do you tend to use social media that pertains to your professional, informal, self-directed learning?
Have you integrated social media into your instruction? Does your school or district encourage you to make social media part of your classroom practice?
How often, on average, do you communicate with parents about their child's progress?
Is distance learning a priority for your school or district? Do you offer online courses to your students?
Which one of these professional-learning designs have you participated in most often during the past 12 months (school year and summer)?
Which of the following two statements comes closer to your view?
Is flipped learning a priority for your school or district?