Survey for school staff participating in eTwinning projects involving partner countries

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General information
2.

Please indicate your gender:

 

3.

Are you:

4. What age group(s) of students do you teach?
Multiple answers are possible.
  • Primary education: programmes at this level are typically designed to provide students with fundamental skills in reading, writing and mathematics. The age of entry is usually not below 5 years old nor above 7 years old. Primary education typically lasts until age 10 to 12.
  • Lower secondary education: programmes at this level are typically designed to build on the learning outcomes of primary education. Students enter lower secondary school typically between ages 10 and 13.
  • Upper secondary education: Programmes at this level are typically designed to complete secondary education in preparation for tertiary education or provide skills relevant to employment, or both. Pupils enter this level typically between ages 14 and 16.
4. What subject(s) do you teach?
Multiple answers are possible.
4.

How many years of work experience do you have (in the current role)?

5.

Is your school located in a:

6.

Compared to other schools in your country, is your school:

7.

What is the approximate share of students in your school with the below characteristics?
Students may fall into multiple categories. Please mark one choice in each row.

  • Special need students cover those for whom a special learning need has been formally identified because they are mentally, physically, or emotionally disadvantaged. Often they will be those students for whom additional public or private resources (personnel, material or financial) have been provided to support their education.
  • 'Socio-economically disadvantaged homes’ refers to homes lacking the basic necessities or advantages of life, such as adequate housing, nutrition or medical care.
7. What is the approximate share of students in your school with the below characteristics?Students may fall into multiple categories. Please mark one choice in each row. Special need students cover those for whom a special learning need has been formally identified because they are mentally, physically, or emotionally disadvantaged. Often they will be those students for whom additional public or private resources (personnel, material or financial) have been provided to support their education. 'Socio-economically disadvantaged homes’ refers to homes lacking the basic necessities or advantages of life, such as adequate housing, nutrition or medical care. None or less than 1%Between 1 and 10%Between 11 and 30%Between 31 and 60%More than 60%
Students whose first language is different from the language of instruction at your school
Students with special needs
Students from socio-economically disadvantaged homes