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National Survey of the Impact of a Pandemic on Perceptions of Self-efficacy, Preparedness for the Classroom and Stress in Canadian Undergraduate Education Programs 

How has the pandemic impacted your preparation in becoming a teacher?

I am currently conducting a research study that is exploring the protective factors involved in completing a bachelor of education degree during a pandemic and how the pandemic impacted the stress level of students in the last month of their program and their self-efficacy in teaching. 

 

I am particularly interested in education students who: 

  • Are in an after-degree bachelor of education program (sometimes referred to as consecutive) and 

  • Are in their graduating year of education.

From May 1-31 2022, a secure Qualtrics survey will be made public and I am asking students in education to participate. The questionnaire is completely voluntary and anonymous. Completing the questionnaire will only take 15 minutes. 

 

Using your computer or phone please go to the untrackable, anonymous Qualtrics link https://survey.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3R8KXh4pmnryEbc 

You will be asked to provide your consent after having read the description and then asked to complete the demographic, teacher self-efficacy and stress related questions. You can quit the questionnaire at any time, incomplete questionnaires will not be used in the final analysis. If you have any questions about this research prior to participating you are free to contact me at national.survey@umanitoba.ca at any time.  

This research has been approved  by  the Research Ethics Board at the University of Manitoba, Fort Garry Campus.  As well, this project has received secondary review and approval from UBC, UBC-O, SFU, UofA, UofC, ULethbridge, BrandonU, UWinnipeg, BrockU BishopsU, STFX, MSVU and  Memorial University’s Interdisciplinary Committee on Ethics in Human Research (ICEHR). If you have any concerns or complaints about this project you may contact any of the above-named persons or the Human Ethics Coordinator at 204-474-7122 or humanethics@umanitoba.ca. A copy of this consent form is available for you to download from this site.If you have any  concerns  or   complaints   about   this   project   you   may   contact   any   of   the   above-named   persons  or the Human   Ethics  Coordinator at 204-474-7122  or  humanethics@umanitoba.ca . A  copy of  this consent form is available for you to download from this site.