Poland - FINAL ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE STUDENTS

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Poland - FINAL ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE STUDENTS

  1. 1. PROGETTO COMENIUS C.U.O.R.E. (Cooperate Under the Objective of Recycling Energy)
  2. 2. <ul><li>FINAL ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE </li></ul><ul><li>STUDENTS </li></ul>
  3. 3. Which are the participating nations? Question 1:
  4. 4. <ul><li>One hundred per cent of Spanish, Lithuanian and Romanian ( Titu Maiorescu) students were able to choose cooperating countries. The least German students (74%) were able to answer this question correctly. Students from other schools could do that in 90% (Romania – Elena Cuza, Italy and Poland). </li></ul>Which are the participating nations? Question 1:
  5. 5. What is the main subject of the project? Question 2:
  6. 6. <ul><li>One hundred per cent of Romanian ( Titu Maiorescu) and Lithuanian students were able to indicate the main subject of the project. Ninety four per cent of Italian students, ninety five per cent of Polish students and ninety six per cent of Romanian students (Elena Cuza) knew the main subject of the project. Spanish (82%) and German (78%) students were the least aware of the subject of the project. </li></ul>What is the main subject of the project? Question 2:
  7. 7. How did you find the project’s activities? Question 3:
  8. 8. <ul><li>The majority of surveyed students in Spain (78%) was of the opinion that the project activities were very interesting. Almost the same number of Romanian students felt the same ( Elena Cuza -75%, Titu Maiorescu – 70%). The project activities were interesting for 67% of Lithuanian, 66% of German, 60% of Polish and 58% of Italian students. Only Spanish (1%), Italian (4%), German (10%) and Lithuanian (33%) students recognised that the project activities were boring. </li></ul>How did you find the project’s activities? Question 3:
  9. 9. Has your English improved ? Question 4:
  10. 10. <ul><li>Slightly over a half of Spanish students believed that their English improved. Forty five per cent of Romanian students (Titu Maiorescu) and thirty eight per cent of Polish and Romanian (Elena Cuza) students were of the same opinion. Only twenty eight per cent of Italian, sixteen per cent of Lithuanian and four per cent of German students concurred with them. The largest number of German students thought that their English didn’t improve (54%). 50% of Lithuanian and 35% of Romanian (Elena Cuza) students were of the same opinion. The largest number of undecided students if their English improved or not was among Italian students (46%) . </li></ul>Has your English improved ? Question 4:
  11. 11. Are you today more aware/better informed as regards environmetal issues? Question 5:
  12. 12. <ul><li>All questioned indicated that they were more aware as regards environmental issues. The answer “yes” was chosen by 98% of Spanish and Romanian (Elena Cuza) students. Only a small percentage answered “no” for this question –15% of Italian and 14% of German students. Less than a half of Romanian (Titu Maiorescu – 40%), Polish (36%), German (34%), Lithuanian (33%) and Italian (27%) students were not able to answer this question. </li></ul>Are you today more aware/better informed as regards environmetal issues? Question 5:
  13. 13. How did your involvement to the project influence the environmental behaviour of your family? Rate the three most important aspects from 1 to 3 with 1 as the most important and 3 as the least : Question 6: <ul><li>it changed habits as concerns waste separation </li></ul><ul><li>it fostered a more conscious use of water </li></ul><ul><li>it fostered a more consciuys use of energy </li></ul>
  14. 14. How did your involvement to the project influence the environmental behaviour of your family? <ul><li>The students involvement in the project fostered a more conscious use of water in Lithuanian, Polish and Italian families. Students from Italy and Poland indicated changing habits as concerns waste segregation in second position. Fostering a more conscious use of energy was pointed out in third position by them. Lithuanian students chose a more conscious use of energy in second position and changing habits concerning waste segregation in third position. Students from Spain, Romania (Elena Cuza and Titu Maiorescu) and Germany indicated changing habits concerning waste segregation in first position. In second position students from Romania (Elena Cuza and Titu Maiorescu) pointed out more conscious use of energy and more conscious use of water in third position. More conscious use of water than energy was more essential for students from Germany and Spain. Water was indicated in second position and energy in third position. </li></ul>Question 6:

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