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Poland - FINAL ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE TEACHERS

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Poland - FINAL ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE TEACHERS

  1. 1. PROJECT COMENIUS C.U.O.R.E. (Cooperate Under the Objective of Recycling Energy)
  2. 2. <ul><li>FINAL ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE </li></ul><ul><li>TEACHERS </li></ul>
  3. 3. Question 1:
  4. 4. The majority of surveyed teachers from partner schools gave the project a very good mark. 90% of teachers from Romania (Titu Maiorescu) and 70% of teachers from Spain and Romania (Elena Cuza) gave the project so high mark . Only small proportion of Spanish (3%) and Lithuanian (15%) teachers who responded, gave the project an unsatisfying mark. The project was not assessed so low by teachers from other countries. The majority of Portuguese teachers assessed the project as good (57%). Slightly over a half of Lithuanian teachers answered that the project was satisfactory (51%). Question 1:
  5. 5. Question 2:
  6. 6. Most of those surveyed from all schools were of the opinion that the most significant aspects in the project were environmental issues. In the second position among relevant aspects of the project there were international contacts. The Italian, Polish and Romanian (Titu Maiorescu and Elena Cuza) indicated as significant, the stimulus for learning foreign languages. Spanish, Lithuanian and Romanian (Titu Maiorescu and Elena Cuza) teachers emphasized the importance of the involvement of pupils. Question 2:
  7. 7. Question 3:
  8. 8. The project activities appeared interesting for Italian, Portuguese and Polish teachers. For Romanian (Titu Maiorescu and Elena Cuza) and Spanish teachers they seemed to be very interesting. Activities connected with the project were not interesting for Lithuanian and German teachers (15 %). Surveyed teacher from other countries did not choose the answer – “not interesting”. Only small percentage of questioned from Spain (8%) and Portugal (5%) were not able to answer that question whereas slightly over a half of Lithuanian teachers (51%) chose the answer “I don’t know”. Question 3:
  9. 9. Question 4:
  10. 10. In all cooperating schools teachers indicated that first of all the project made students aware of the importance of environmentally friendly behaviours. There was also often pointed out that the project made school staff aware of the importance of environmentally friendly behaviours. Those who questioned from Romania (Elena Cuza), Spain and Poland chose the aspect of raising awareness of good practice rules. For Romanian (Titu Maiorescu) and Lithuanian school changing habits as concerns waste segregation appeared to be very important. Moreover Lithuanian school indicated a more conscious use of energy as essential. Question 4:
  11. 11. Question 5:
  12. 12. The least teachers from Spain indicated that a project like this is an incentive for pupils to learn foreign languages (72%). All questioned from Romania (Elena Cuza) chose the answer “yes”. A large proportion of German, Lithuanian, Polish, Italian, Portuguese and Romanian (Titu Maiorescu) questioned was of the same opinion (at least 80 %). As many as 20% of those surveyed from Germany and Lithuania were convinced that a project like this was not an incentive for pupils to learn foreign languages. Only a very small percentage of teachers surveyed from Portugal (5%) and Spain (11%) was of the same opinion. 16% of Spanish and Polish and 14% of Portuguese and Romanian (Titu Maiorescu) did not know if a project like this was an incentive for pupils to learn foreign languages. Question 5:
  13. 13. Question 6:
  14. 14. Question 7: Answer 1 : Because you can learn about other countries and cultures . Answer 2 : Because it provides incentives to assume and/or implement changes In their working style
  15. 15. Teachers from all cooperating schools emphasized that a project like this was an opportunity for teachers’ development. At least 74% Spanish and 100% Romanian (Elena Cuza and Titu Maiorescu) teachers were of thas opinion. Lithuanian teachers differed with them on that question. The majority of Lithuanian teachers (45%) indicated that the project like this was not an opportunity for teachers’ development. German teachers differed on that question. 55% chose answer “yes” and 40% - “no”. The answer “no” was chosen only by 5% Portuguese and 18% Spanish surveyed. Those who answered “yes” admitted that a project like this was an opportunity for teachers’ development because you could learn about other countries and cultures. The majority of surveyed indicated that answer. Only teachers from Lithuania (100%) and Romania (Elena Cuza) decided that the project like this provided incentives to assume and / or implement changes in their working style. Question 6, 7:
  16. 16. Question 8:
  17. 17. Only a small percentage of Italian, German (10%) and Lithuanian (15%) teachers indicated that the communication of the project activities within the school community was not effective (10%). Those who questioned from Lithuania (85%) and Germany (65%) stressed that communication was fairly effective. Romanian (Titu Maiorescu) teachers’ answers differed. 55% believed that communication was effective whereas 45% were of a different opinion. Teachers from other schools emphasized that the communication was effective (at least 50% - Spain, Portugal, Poland, Romania – Elena Cuza). Question 8:
  18. 18. Question 1: What overall assessment would you give to the project which is ending? Spain Lithuania Germany Poland Portugal Romania Elena Cuza Romania Titu Maiorescu Italy 1 very good 70% _ 15% (3) 48% (12) 19%(4) 70% (14) 91% (20) 50%(25) 2 good 16% 34% (20) 75 % (15) 32% (8) 57%(12) 25% (5) 9% (2) 40% (20) 3 satisfactory 11% 51% (31) 10 % (2) 20% (5) 10%(2) 5% (1) _ 10% (5) 4 unsatisfactory 3% 15% (9) _ _ _ _ _ Total 100% (74) 100%(60) 100 % (20) 100 % (25) 100%( 21) 100%(20) 100% (22) 100% (50)
  19. 19. Question 3: How did you find the project’s activities? Spain Lithuania Germany Poland Portugal Romania Elena Cuza Romania Titu Maiorescu Italy 1 very interesting 74% _ 25 % (5) 36% (9) 14%(3) 65% (13) 82% (18) 30% (15) 2 interesting 18% 34% (20) 60 % (12) 64% (16) 71%(15) 35% (7) 18% (4) 70% (35) 3 not interesting _ 15% (9) 15 % (3) _ _ _ _ _ 4 I don’t know 8% 51%(31) _ _ 5%(1) _ _ _ Total 100% (74) 100%(60) 100 % (20) 100 %(25) 100% (21) 100%(20) 100% (22) 100% (50)
  20. 20. Question 5: Do you think a Project like his i san incentive for pupils to learn foreign languages? Spain Lithuania Germany Poland Portugal Romania Elena Cuza Romania Titu Maiorescu Italy 1 Yes 72% 80% (48) 80 % (16) 84% (21) 81%(17) 100% (20) 86 % (19) 80% (40) 2 No 11% 20% (12) 20 % (4) _ 5%(1) _ _ _ 3 I don’t know. 16% _ _ 16% (4) 14%(3) _ 14% (3) 20% (10) Total 100% (74) 100%(60) 100 % (20) 100 %(25) 100% (21) 100%(20) 100%(22) 100% (50)
  21. 21. Question 6: Do you think a project like this is an opportunity for teachers’ development? Spain Lithuania Germany Poland Portugal Romania Elena Cuza Romania Titu Maiorescu Italy 1 Yes 74% 34%(20) 55% (11) 76% (19) 81%(17) 100% (20) 100 % (22) 90% (45) 2 No 18% 45% (27) 40% (8) _ 5%(1) _ _ _ 3 I don’t know 8% 21% (13) 5 % (1) 24% (6) 14%(3) _ _ 10% (5) Total 100% (74) 100% (60) 100 % (20) 100 % (25) 100% (21) 100% (20) 100% (22) 100% (50)
  22. 22. Question 7: IF Yes, why? Spain Lithuania Germany Poland Portugal Romania Elena Cuza Romania Titu Maiorescu Italy 1 Because you can learn about other countries and cultures 78% _ 91% (10) 44%(11) 62%(13) 45%(9) 64% (14) 55% (25) 2 Because it provides incentives to assume and/or implement changes In their working style 11% 100% (20) 9% (1) 32% (8) 38%(8) 55% (11) 36 % (8) 45% (20) Total 100% 100%(20) 100 % (11) 100 %(19) 100% (21) 100% (20) 100% (22) 100%
  23. 23. Question 8: How effective was the communication of the project activities within the school community? Spain Lithuania Germany Poland Portugal Romania Elena Cuza Romania Titu Maiorescu Italy 1 effective 76% _ 25 % (5) 56% (14) 57%(12) 80% (16) 55 % (12) 50% (25) 2 fairly effective 24% 85% (51) 65% (13) 44% (11) 38%(8) 20% (4) 45 % (10) 40% (20) 3 not effective _ 15% (9) 10% (2) _ _ _ 10% (5) Total 100% (74) 100% (60) 100 % (20) 100 % (25) 100% (21) 100% (20) 100% (22) 100%(50)

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