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Table 12 Survey questions regarding teaching context factors that affect enacted practice

From: Understanding fully online teaching in vocational education

Question Answer options
How often does workload prevent you from implementing teaching a practice you think would be beneficial? Never; Rarely, Sometimes; Often; Always.
Do small online classes (< 5 students) negatively or positively influence what teaching practices you use? Positive—small class sizes allow me to implement my preferred teaching practices;
Negative—small class sizes prevent me from implementing my preferred teaching practices;
Neither—small class sizes have no influence on what teaching practices I implement;
Both—small class sizes positively support some practices I like to use but prevent other practices I like to use.
Do large class sizes (< 75 students) negatively or positively influence what teaching practices you use? Positive—large class sizes allow me to implement my preferred teaching practices;
Negative—large class sizes prevent me from implementing my preferred teaching practices;
Neither—large class sizes have no influence on what teaching practices I implement;
Both—large class sizes positively support some practices I like to use but prevent other practices I like to use.
Does the 12-week course duration negatively or positively influence what teaching practices you implement? Positive—12-week course duration enables me to implement my preferred teaching practices;
Negative—12-week course duration prevents me from implementing my preferred teaching practices;
Neither—course duration has no influence on what teaching practices I implement.
Complying with unit of competency prevents me from teaching content that I think is important for my students. Never; Rarely; Sometimes; Often; Always
Complying with units of competency prevents me from implementing preferred teaching practices. Never; Rarely; Sometimes; Often; Always