Distributing usernames and passwords while navigating COVID restrictions, here are
some suggestions of adaptations:
Encourage teachers to:
Please note that it is not possible to identify individual survey participants.
Participants are never asked to provide personally identifiable information (i.e.,
name, email address, phone number, etc). Anonymity is further protected by
setting a minimum number of responses required in order to produce a report
result for any population (or subpopulation when drill-downs are applied).
Encourage students to:
Keep a copy of their username and password in case they need more time to
complete the survey. Here are some suggestions for students to save their login
• Keep a copy on their smartphones by taking a
• Typing or writing them in a notebook
• Copy them down in a note-taking app
• Saving an emailed copy
Please Note - With these changes, it will be more important than ever to reiterate to
participants and teachers that the survey is (still) anonymous. As long as students do not
include their name or teacher's names in any of the open-ended questions, the school will
not be able to tell which answers on the survey belong to them. Also, when the survey is
finished, results get mixed in with answers from other students so no one will know their
individual responses. Anonymity is further protected by setting a minimum number of
responses required in order to report a result for any population (or subpopulation when
drill-downs are applied).
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