Attention K-5 Classroom teachers:
You are invited to participate in a research study conducted by Amanda Sciarpelletti, a Doctoral Student of the Department of Educational Leadership at Arkansas State University, to understand better how time affects teacher-selected instructional practices around science education.
This research will help educators, policymakers, and administrators understand how allotted time affects classroom instruction. The survey is anonymous, and no personal identifying information will be collected. The survey will take about twenty minutes to complete. The questions are a Likert- scale model. During the survey, the respondents will be asked questions about teacher perceived instructional time, type of instructional practices, and knowledge of the changes in science education.
Your decision to participate or decline participation in this study is completely voluntary, and you have the right to terminate your participation at any time without penalty. You may skip any questions you do not wish to answer. If you do not wish to complete this survey, close your browser. This survey poses no additional risks to participants beyond those that exist in daily life.
The link to complete the survey and consent documentation can be found here: Link to Survey
In return for your time, we are offering participating teachers a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card. If interested, please follow the directions in the survey.
Thank you for your time and insight in completing the survey. Your insight will help school districts make more informed decisions about science education for elementary teachers. If you have any further questions or would like a copy of the result and findings, I would be happy to speak with you further.
Doctoral Student of the Department of Educational Leadership at Arkansas State University