I get kind of frustrated with the lack of feedback from substituting. For example, you never hear if you did a good job or a bad job, etc. and I think some teachers might like the opportunity to provide their subs feedback in case they are asked back again in the future. So I got the idea to make a survey and add it to business cards I designed (apparently most subs have business cards -- keep getting asked for my card). However I'm having a hard time with the questions. This is what I have so far: https://goo.gl/forms/KFjTCARyLntHtx0m1 At first I had difficulty phrasing the questions (i.e. do I say "How satisfied are you with my... substitute teaching performance? subbing? teaching? your experience with me as your sub? etc.") Also I don't know if there are any other questions I should add or remove. Should I remove the questions about grade level and subject to make it more anonymous or give teachers the opportunity to answer them as an option (it might be helpful if I teach the same subject later)? I don't want to make the survey too bloated either because if it takes too long to fill out they probably just wouldn't do it. (I could just make it the satisfaction rating and ask for additional comments if I want to make it really minimalistic). Any ideas? How likely is it that you would fill out a survey after the fact? I'm also playing around with the idea of typing sub notes to teachers and emailing them. My handwriting is horrendous, and I find that I often can't fit everything in the space that I usually have. Also I type faster and it would make the job less painful. Good idea? Bad idea?