Copy of students' questionnaire for secondary schools - Fragebogen Sekundarstufe

Please note: This questionnaire is meant for viewing purposes only. You will find the actual online survey when you activate your TAN on the website of the portal for self-evaluation www.sep.isq-bb.de.

The following modules can be used for putting together a survey of your own.

Clarity

How often do the following situations occur in this particular class?

How often do the following situations occur in this particular class?
Never
In some lessons
In most lessons
In every lesson
Unable to judge
Mr. Schulze speaks loudly and clearly.
Mr. Schulze expresses herself/himself clearly and understandably.
Mr. Schulze makes clear what is important.

Content and Structure

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Agree
Strongly agree
Unable to judge
Mr. Schulze links the content of his subject to other subjects.
Mr. Schulze employs diagrams and charts to put things into context.
Mr. Schulze starts each period with an overview of the lesson's structure.
Mr. Schulze closes each lesson with a summary of the important material and results.

Form and Structure

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Agree
Strongly agree
Unable to judge
Mr. Schulze organizes his lesson in a logical order.
Mr. Schulze introduces new subject matter by building upon what we already know.
Mr. Schulze clearly illustrates how the material we are covering relates to other subject matter.
Mr. Schulze explains advantages and disadvantages of various approaches to solving problems.

Interestingness / Applicability to Real-Life Situations

How often do the following situations occur in this particular class?

How often do the following situations occur in this particular class?
Never
In some lessons
In most lessons
In every lesson
Unable to judge
Mr. Schulze's class is exciting.
Mr. Schulze gives us interesting assignments.
Mr. Schulze varies his teaching strategies.
Mr. Schulze explains to us the importance of what we learn.
Mr. Schulze shows us what we will be able to do with what we learn.

Dealing with Mistakes

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Agree
Strongly agree
Unable to judge
Mr. Schulze helps us if we do not know the correct answer right away.
Mr. Schulze encourages us to develop our own ideas in class.
Mr. Schulze explains exactly why an answer is not quite right.
If an answer is wrong, I am allowed to explain what I was thinking.
Mr. Schulze makes it very clear when and for what we will be graded.
I always know when I can make mistakes without receiving a poor grade.
During practice in class, I am allowed to make mistakes.

Anxiety-Free Atmosphere

How often do the following situations occur in this particular class?

How often do the following situations occur in this particular class?
Never
In some lessons
In most lessons
In every lesson
Unable to judge
If I make a mistake, Mr. Schulze does not mind.
I am not afraid to volunteer in class.
I am not afraid to ask questions in class.

Variety of Teaching Methods

How often do the following situations occur in this particular class?

How often do the following situations occur in this particular class?
Never
In some lessons
In most lessons
In every lesson
Unable to judge
We use a variety of media (e.g. whiteboard, book, video, projector, overhead projector, CDs, DVDs, internet).
We listen while Mr. Schulze is talking.
A student or a group of students delivers a speech or presents results.
We work with partners or in groups.
We discuss together the material we are covering or an approach to solving a problem.
We learn at learning stations.
For certain assignments, we set our own timeline and find our own partners to work with.
We create our own posters independently.
We work alone on worksheets and assignments.

Student-Teacher-Relationship

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Agree
Strongly agree
Unable to judge
Mr. Schulze is fair.
Mr. Schulze is patient; for example, when we ask questions.
Mr. Schulze cares.
When I have problems Mr. Schulze discusses them with me.
I enjoy going to class.

Enthusiasm

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Agree
Strongly agree
Unable to judge
Mr. Schulze enjoys teaching.
Mr. Schulze is enthusiastic about his subject.
Mr. Schulze finds his subject exciting.
Mr. Schulze’s enthusiasm rubs off on us.

Expectations

How often do the following situations occur in this particular class?

How often do the following situations occur in this particular class?
Never
In some lessons
In most lessons
In every lesson
Unable to judge
Mr. Schulze believes I am capable of understanding what he teaches.
Mr. Schulze believes I am capable of accepting challenges.
Mr. Schulze believes I am capable of working independently.

Differentiation

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Agree
Strongly agree
Unable to judge
Mr. Schulze gives us different assignments, depending on our abilities.
Mr. Schulze divides us into work-groups according to our abilities.
Mr. Schulze gives students with greater abilities more difficult assignments.
Mr. Schulze offers a choice of tests with different levels of difficulty.

Diagnostic Competence

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Agree
Strongly agree
Unable to judge
Mr. Schulze takes time to repeat explanations to students who have not yet grasped them.
Mr. Schulze notices immediately when a student is not keeping up.
Mr. Schulze knows how to treat each student.
Mr. Schulze will explain concepts until every student has understood them.
Mr. Schulze notices when his lesson becomes too difficult.

Individualized Reference to Standards

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Agree
Strongly agree
Unable to judge
Mr. Schulze honours a weak student’s achievement even though the student's performance is below class average.
Mr. Schulze praises me when I put forth my best effort even though other students may perform better.
Mr. Schulze praises a student who has improved even though she/he performs below class average.
Mr. Schulze praises weak students who have improved.

Feedback

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Agree
Strongly agree
Unable to judge
I receive feedback on my responses in class.
I find out exactly what was correct and what was wrong when a test is returned to me.
Mr. Schulze praises me when I give a good answer or ask an interesting question in class.
Mr. Schulze praises me when I volunteer frequently in class.
Mr. Schulze discusses my achievements with me regularly.

Time Management

How often do the following situations occur in this particular class?

How often do the following situations occur in this particular class?
Never
In some lessons
In most lessons
In every lesson
Unable to judge
There are no interruptions during class time.
The entire period is used for learning.
The lesson begins on time.
During class we are busy learning without interruption.
Mr. Schulze has materials he needs for the lesson ready (e.g. worksheets, overhead projector, diagram).

Classroom Management

How often do the following situations occur in this particular class?

How often do the following situations occur in this particular class?
Never
In some lessons
In most lessons
In every lesson
Unable to judge
Mr. Schulze succeeds in creating a quiet and orderly class atmosphere.
Mr. Schulze maintains order in our class.
Mr. Schulze is not easily distracted from his lesson.
I can concentrate on my work because it is quiet.

Homework

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?

To what extent do the following statements apply in this particular class?
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Agree
Strongly agree
Unable to judge
Mr. Schulze discusses homework with us in class (e.g. what was difficult).
Mr. Schulze relates homework to the material we are currently covering in class.
Mr. Schulze offers us a variety of homework to choose from.
Mr. Schulze checks if I did my homework.
Mr. Schulze checks if my homework is correct.
Mr. Schulze knows which homework to assign to help me fully understand the material we cover in his lesson.
Mr. Schulze assigns homework that makes me think.
Mr. Schulze offers a rich variety of homework.
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