Teacher Survey on Distance Learning
By Becca Miller
Arts and Entertainment Editor
A survey was sent out to all Jack Barrack Hebrew Academy teachers questioning their thoughts on Barrack’s distance learning program. Here are the results:
When asked about how their teaching style changed, many teachers commented that there was less discussion and participation, and they had to rely more on Google Slides.
For the most part, teachers had trouble ascertaining whether their students were paying attention, but they are aware of the many distractions that students face during classes.
Teachers are figuring out how to assess their students’ learning in a variety of ways.
Barrack teachers believe that while it isn’t perfect, the distance learning program goes above and beyond to ensure that students continue to receive an education.