Self-Directed Learning Survey Statements 2016-17
I feel like I have choice in what I learn at school.
I feel like I have control over where and how I learn.
When I choose my own inquiry, I can focus on it for a long time.
I can stay on task when I’m inquiring into something I have chosen to learn about.
I feel like I can learn about anything I want to.
I know how to teach myself new things.
I can find answers to my questions on my own.
I can learn whatever I want to, without the help of a teacher.
I love learning about what interests me.
I feel excited when I learn about my personal inquiries.
I work well as a member of a group.
I prefer to learn (with an adult, alone, with a partner, in a small group).
I want to share what I learn with others.
I use a variety of media to share what I’ve learned.
I enjoy challenges.
I believe I can become smarter with effort.
I express my learning creatively.
I think about new and unique solutions to problems.
When something is challenging, I usually find something easier to do.
When I’m faced with a problem, I often get frustrated and stop what I’m doing.
I often wonder about different things.
I have a lot of questions in my head.
I believe in myself as a learner.
I believe I can do anything I set my mind to.
I know where to look to find answers to my questions.
When I’m stuck on a question or problem, I can think of ways to get myself unstuck.
I want to learn more about what I’m interested in.
I feel excited to come to school and learn each day.
I feel proud of who I am as a learner.
I feel happy about how much I am learning.