The Center for Teaching and Learning at Central Washington University is conducting a research study to better understand the daily activities of teachers in Washington public schools. The CWU Teacher Study will provide a better understanding of what it means to be a TEACHER and may help us in preparation of new teachers.
In an effort to provide an unbiased analysis of the many duties teachers perform, we have randomly selected 5000 Washington State Public School teachers for participation in the CWU Teacher Study from the nearly 56,000 teachers currently educating K-12 students in Washington State.
There are three levels in which randomly drawn volunteers provide us with data:
Level II: Participants who are randomly selected from Level I volunteers, will complete a pre-designed time log tracking their professional activities for one randomly assigned week each month (Sept-May). Participants at this level will complete nine weekly logs over the course of the academic year for this study.
General Information on the Study:
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Professional activities being tracked:
The study is designed and administered by the Center for Teaching and Learning in the College of Education and Professional Studies, Central Washington University. Please direct all inquiries to OREA@cwu.edu.
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