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Pilot questionnaire fac v2.1

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Project OZO : this document is a part of the preparation for the project Pilot.
The project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The content in this document only reflects the views of the project responsibles. The European Commission is in no way responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.

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Pilot questionnaire fac v2.1

  1. 1. Project number: 2016-2-NL01-KA104-034912 Project title: Bottom-up online zelfhulp voor ouders met een achterstand (OZO) P a g e | 1 The content in this document only reflects the views of the project responsibles. The European Commission is in no way responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains. PILOT QUESTIONNAIRE (for facilitators) Version: 2.1 Date: 30.4.2018 Author: Onno Hansen-Staszyński (Ezzev Foundation)
  2. 2. Project number: 2016-2-NL01-KA104-034912 Project title: Bottom-up online zelfhulp voor ouders met een achterstand (OZO) P a g e | 2 The content in this document only reflects the views of the project responsibles. The European Commission is in no way responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains. Introduction The aim for participants in the online environment is to abandon what Carol Dweck calls a “fixed mindset” and expand a “growth mindset”. The pilot questionnaire measures the mindsets of the participants before the pilot and after the pilot. For the pilot to be effective the participant scores after the pilot should be lower individually and cumulatively after the pilot in comparison to before the pilot. Supervisors will send this document to you, together with the Pilot questionnaire for participants. You in turn need to send it the Pilot questionnaire for participants to your participants, both before the first structured chat session and after the last structured chat session.
  3. 3. Project number: 2016-2-NL01-KA104-034912 Project title: Bottom-up online zelfhulp voor ouders met een achterstand (OZO) P a g e | 3 The content in this document only reflects the views of the project responsibles. The European Commission is in no way responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains. The questionnaire 1. Please provide an avatar (a sign, a letter, a drawing) that allows to identify your questionnaires before and after as belonging together without disclosing your real identity: 2. Please indicate whether you agree with the following ten statements on a scale of “1” to “5” – “1“ indicating that you totally disagree and “5” that you totally agree. 1 (I totally disagree) 2 (I disagree) 3 (I am neutral) 4 (I agree) 5 (I totally agree) 1 I hate to fail 2 I love to learn new things 3 I take comments very personal 4 I try to avoid problems 5 If I feel insecure about something I want to find out why 6 I’m tired of getting new information all the time 7 It’s important for me to look smart 8 I like things to be stable 9 I see criticism as an encouragement 10 I am who I am
  4. 4. Project number: 2016-2-NL01-KA104-034912 Project title: Bottom-up online zelfhulp voor ouders met een achterstand (OZO) P a g e | 4 The content in this document only reflects the views of the project responsibles. The European Commission is in no way responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains. Calculating participant scores Questionnaire statements 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 10 are indicators of a “fixed mindset” while statements 2, 5, and 9 are indicator of a “growth mindset”. You calculate the participant scores. To calculate the participant scores you first add up the participant scores on statements 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 10. You then change the scores on statements 2, 5, and 9 in the follow way: the scores are inversed. So, the score “1” becomes “5”, “2” becomes “4”, “3” becomes “3”, “4” becomes “2” and the score “5” becomes “1”. The inversed scores are added up. Finally the total scores on statements 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 10 and the total inversed scored on statements 2, 5, and 9 are added up. The new total score equals the participant score. You gather the questionnaires filled out by the participants both before the first structured chat session and then again after the last structured chat session. You need to create a table of the scores of the individual anonymized participant questionnaire scores before and after and of the cumulative participants’ scores. You then need to send the table containing the anonimized questionnaire scores to the supervisors. The table could look like this: PARTICIPANT QUESTIONNAIRE SCORES SCORE BEFORE SCORE AFTER SCORE DIFFERENCE (“SCORE BEFORE” MINUS “SCORE AFTER”) PARTICIPANT 1 PARTICIPANT 2 CUMULATIVE SCORE

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