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Fall 2009 Bethel Community Teacher Survey

Bloom District 206

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Bethel Teacher/Volunteer Survey of Students in After School Program

The teacher/volunteer was asked, of each student named,

During Fall 2009, has this student..

YesNo
Had a positive attitude toward school/after school program?
Improved in coming to after school program ready/prepared to learn?
Improved in being attentive?
Improved in getting along well with other students?

Each student is assigned a score of 1 for yes, and 0 for no, for each of the four aspects of attitude.

A total of 129 students were reported upon by teachers/volunteers. The chart below shows the percent of Yes scores.

As the above display shows, teachers report that all of the students have a positive attitude toward school and/or the program and improved in getting along with others. Seventy percent of the students improved in coming to the program prepared to learn and in being attentive.

Positive disposition
A positive disposition for each student was obtained by assigning a '1' to each yes provided by the teacher/volunteer. Therefore, a positive disposition score of 4 indicates that a student received a yes rating on all four categories.

The chart below summarizes the positive disposition scores for the students in Fall 2009.

As the above chart shows, the vast majority of students were assigned a full positive disposition score of 4 (that is, 'yes' for each category).

Teacher/volunteers were also asked to report the subject on which each student spent most time during the after school program.

The chart below shows that about of the students were reported to spend most of their time on English/reading.

 

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