- It was sent via a Google Form via Edmodo, so I do have a small inkling that some students filled it out instead of their parents.
- Some parents surprisingly had no idea that their students were doing something different this year, so their answers very much aligned with their students attitudes from the year. All of the parents with negative attitudes came from students who have had negative attitudes.
- I probably should have had this survey translated into Spanish because many of my parents don't read or speak English...some of their responses very clearly show they didn't know what the question was asking.
The following questions ask parents about their involvement in the Flipped Classroom.
|I am actually pretty happy with these results considering I started this in the middle of the year and don't feel I did that great of a job communicating the changes besides the letter I sent home... since I didn't know exactly what it was going to look like it was somewhat hard to communicate all the changes that were going on. I am surprised (especially with technology these days) that some parents felt they were not informed at all...and these are the same parents who answered the question below about communicating with me any questions they have "never". To a certain extent, I feel like I just need to do my best communicating the changes - next year I am planning on a letter, a short video, and then talking about it at Back To School Night. For the parents who won't take the time to read the letter, watch the video, or come to Back To School Night... well, there's not much I can do!|
|Pretty good results. Out of the 13 rarely/never, only 3 were from Algebra 1.|
The following questions ask parents about the affect they feel the Flipped Classroom had on their child.
|More results I'm happy to see :). While I can see the numbers and do all my data analysis, having students feel more confident in math because of the FC is HUGE!|
- It is great for the students to see and students can learn at their own pace.
- I think the concept of the flipped class is a good one. My son is constantly watching these videos, although at first I did not realize he was doing his homework!
- My suggestion for next year it to keep the online WSQ since it really forces students to watch the videos and pay attention to what is being watched.