I’m a Scientist, Australia (March 2013) Survey for Teachers
Hi, thanks for agreeing to fill in our feedback survey for I'm a Scientist. This helps us to understand what teachers want, and gain, from the event. We want to make the event as useful as possible.
There are 23 questions in this survey, but most of them aren't compulsory. Of course, the more you can tell us, the more help that is.
What is your name?
At what school do you teach?
In what type of area is your school located?
Thinking about your initial expectations, before you started the event: have they been met, not met, or exceeded? Please explain how.
Which of the following resources did you use?
Ask: Questions & Answers
Live Chat: Chat
Science in the media: Nanotechnology case study
Debate Kit: Drugs in Sport
Would you participate again?
Would you recommend it to a colleague?
What was the single most important outcome for you as a teacher?
How many students did you take onto the site?
Approximately how long did you spend on the site with your class?
What did YOU gain from the experience?
What did YOUR STUDENTS gain from the experience?
Do you think your students have a more positive view of science?
Do you think they feel more able to debate and discuss science issues as a result of taking part in I'm a Scientist?
Do you think this event has encouraged students to consider a career as a scientist? Please give an example if relevant.
Have you seen any evidence that students are more confident in their opinions?
What did you particularly like about the event?
Do you have any comments or suggestions about the teacher packs?
What did you particularly dislike about the event?
As a teacher, what would you do differently next time (if anything)?
Do you have any comments on how the event was managed in Australia?
Now you've had a chance to see how they worked, what other themed zones would you like to see in future events?
(please tick all that apply)
Emerging technologies (eg nanotechnology, biotechnology, robotics)
Ecology (eg water & land use, climate change, food production)
Pharmacology (drug use and drug development, how drugs work)
Engineering (including civil, chemical, environmental)
Energy (eg ‘clean’ fuel, electricity production, solar panel technology)
Brain science (including brain development from birth, after injury, and the process of aging)
Microbiology and infectious diseases
Physics and quantum sciences (eg the Australian Synchrotron, understanding our universe, new technologies based on physics)
Thinking about the whole event again now, are there any other comments you'd like to make, that haven't been covered above?
Thanks. Hope to see you next year!
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