The UNESCO Centre, School of Education, Ulster University would like to find out more about parents’ perspectives and experiences of supporting their child’s learning at home during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The ongoing lock-down in response to COVID-19 has affected all of our lives in many different ways. A key change has been within education, where principals and teachers have devoted significant time and effort to ensure children can continue to receive their education at home.
The researchers are keen to gather information directly from parents and we would be grateful if you would take part in the survey at this address:
It is hoped that the data provided by parents will yield valuable insight into these unique circumstances and, in doing so, will provide the basis for further research as management of the pandemic unfolds in the weeks and months ahead.
The survey will be live for parents to complete from 23 April to 15 May.