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Complete CEEDAR Survey on Virtual Instruction

A girl with disabilities using a laptop for a school lessonThe CEEDAR Center is working on a collaborative effort to collect information from educator preparation programs across the country who are implementing effective, practice-based opportunities for teacher candidates within a virtual space. We’d like to invite you, your colleagues, and your partners (if applicable) to participate in a survey focused on online education for teachers of students with disabilities. 

If you previously utilized an online teacher education program before COVID-19, and/or have adapted your program and/or clinical preparation model to accommodate a hybrid and/or online teacher education model during COVID-19, CEEDAR would love to hear from you. Please spend a few minutes completing this survey.

Feel free to share this survey with other partners who you have joined forces with to enact this virtual learning program (i.e., program colleagues, mentor teachers, etc.). We would love to hear from you, and may follow up once you have completed the survey so we can learn more about what you are doing and how CEEDAR can highlight your successes for the field.  The deadline to participate is November 7, 2020.

If you have any questions about this project, feel free to contact me at Amber.Benedict@asu.edu. Thank you for your participation in this important endeavor. 

Amber Benedict is an assistant professor at AACTE member institution Arizona State University, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.

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