Here is an easy tool you can use to give voice to your leader's joys and concerns! You may coordinate the program, but unless you're in the classroom each week it's hard to know exactly how things are going. This simple questionnaire, adapted from the one in Sunday School That Really Works by Jessie Schut, asks teachers to write a few words about their connection with the kids, the things they liked and didn't like about the curriculum, the space they met in, and what was most meaningful for them about teaching. This feedback will help you shape the program for next year and it may also help your teachers consider their role in the future.
If your church subscribes to SurveyMonkey consider using these questions or your own to create an easy online survey to email to each volunteer. If you don't have a SurveyMonkey account you can sign up for a free to create simple surveys for your team.
Have you found end of the season evaluations to be helpful? Have you ever done a survey of kids or parents to get their feedback on your Sunday school program? If so, what questions did you ask?