Online survey for teachers who have between 6 months and 7 years of teaching experience in Quebec
news.themes Modalités / dispositifs d'insertion professionnelle , Accompagnement / mentorat
news.target_audiences Responsables d'un programme d'insertion professionnelle , Enseignants non légalement qualifiés , Enseignants formés hors Québec , Enseignants débutants , Accompagnateurs d'enseignants débutants
Deadline to complete the questionnaire : June 12th, 2023
The entry into a teaching career is a critical time that comes with major issues. It is therefore vital to understand the actual experiences that teachers go through at this time and to provide them with the support they need. More specifically, we wanted to perform an in-depth analysis of how teacher induction programs and measures can impact novice teachers.
If you have from six months to seven years of teaching experience in Quebec (i.e., you started teaching in the 2015–2016 to the 2022–2023 school year), regardless of whether or not you participated in a teacher induction program, please take about 40 minutes of your time to fill out this survey of great social and scientific relevance. We’re hoping that many of you will respond. As thanks for participating, you will be eligible for a draw prize. Each of 25 winners will receive a $50 virtual gift card. The draw is open to all participants who respond to all the questions at the first administration of the questionnaire. The gift cards are redeemable at any book store in the Les libraires network, or online at : leslibraires.ca. The results of this study will contribute to the collective reflection on the most effective ways to foster sustainable induction and perseverance in the teaching profession.
You do not have to complete the survey all at one time. Once you start, you may stop and resume any number of times, from March 30, 2023 to April 30, 2023. If you do complete the survey over several times, you should use the same computer with the same IP address. Also, make sure to click on Suivant before quitting temporarily so that you don't lose your answers on the last page that you partially or fully completed.
For more information about the study, data collection procedures, and prizes for participating, please read the document (Information about the study).
Joséphine Mukamurera, Ph.D.
Faculté d’éducation, Université de Sherbrooke
firstname.lastname@example.orgClick here to access the questionnaire