A brief survey of Working Conditions in ELT

12 Jun

The response to one of my recent posts on whether it’s possible to have a normal life and work in ELT was quite strong and very heartfelt – clearly there are a lot of teachers who are feeling themselves to be under some strain…

So I thought I’d try and take a snapshot of the profession and the way we work within it.

The questionnaire below should only take about ten minutes of your time.  Scroll down for more questions and don’t forget to click the “submit” button at the end!

If you’d prefer to complete the form via the Google Docs page rather than on the blog (as below), then just click on this link:  Google Docs: A brief survey of working conditions in ELT

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Thanks for taking the time to fill this out – I hope it didn’t take too long and stay tuned for the results!

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