Student Questionnaire
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About you
Q1-A1. Your Institution
Q2-A2. If your institution was not on the list, please enter it here:
You can leave this blank if you have already selected your instittion.
Your answer
Q3-A3. The school / department where you programme takes place
Q4-A4. If your school/department was not on the list, please enter it here:
You can leave this blank if you have already selected your instittion.
Your answer
Q5-A5. The degree for which you are studying:
Q6A-A6. Your programme of study:
E.g. Diploma in ICT; Masters in Agriculture. If you are studying on more than one programme, separate items with ";"
Your answer
Q6B-A7. My programme is ...
Q7-A8. Your gender
Q8-A9. Your age
Q9-A10. Year of study
Learning
Q10-1. I find my current programme of study intellectually challenging and stimulating.
Q11-2. In my programme of study, I learn something which I consider valuable.
Q12-3. My interest in the subject has increased as a consequence of my programme.
Q13-4. I have learned and understood the subject materials of my programme.
Conduct of instructors
Q14-X1. Instructors were punctual in starting lectures
Q15-X2. Instructors attend scheduled teaching sessions, laboratories and tutorials
Q16-X7. Instructors are prepared for the classes in my programme
Q17-X9. Instructors are clearly audible
Q18-X10. Instructors write legibly and clearly on the board
Q19-X13. Instructors give feedback on assignments promptly
Class size
Q20-Z1. In lectures, I always have a place to sit.
Q21-Z2. The largest number of students during a lecture in my programme was:
Please enter a number, greater or equal to 0.
Your answer
Q22-Z3. The smallest number of students during a lecture in my programme was:
Please enter a number, greater or equal to 0.
Your answer
Q23-Z4. The largest number of students during a tutorial in my programme was:
Please enter a number, greater or equal to 0.
Your answer
Q24-Z5. The smallest number of students during a tutorial in my programme was:
Please enter a number, greater or equal to 0.
Your answer
Enthusiasm of instructors
Q25-5. Instructors are enthusiastic about teaching my current programme of study.
Q26-6. Instructors are dynamic and energetic in conducting my current programme of study.
Q27-7. Instructor enhance presentations with the use of humour.
Q28-8. Instructors’ style of presentation held my interest during the classes in my programme.
Organization
Q29-9. Instructors’ explanations are clear.
Q30-10. Course materials are generally well prepared and carefully explained.
Q31-11. Proposed objectives agreed with those actually taught so I knew where the courses in my programme are going.
Q32-X8. Instructors follow and complete the course outlines in my programme.
Q33-12. Instructors give lectures that facilitated taking notes.
Q34-X21a. Instructores use non-digital learning materials, e.g. handouts or experiments.
Q35-X21b. Instructors use presentation software to teach (e.g. PowerPoint)
Q36-X21c. Instructors use other ICT or digital materials to teach (e.g. use of video, simulations, etc).
Q37-D1. Instructors use mobile ICT to teach and assess performance
Group Interaction
Q38-13. Students are encouraged to participate in class discussions.
Q39-14. Students are invited to share their ideas and knowledge.
Q40-15. Students are encouraged to ask questions and were given meaningful answers.
Q41-16. Students are encouraged to express their own ideas and/or question the instructor.
Individual Rapport
Q42-17. Instructors are friendly towards individual students.
Q43-18. Instructors make students feel welcome in seeking help/advice in or outside of class.
Q44-19. Instructors have a genuine interest in individual students.
Q45-20. Instructors are adequately accessible to students during office hours or after class.
Breadth
Q46-21. Instructors contrast the implications of various theories.
Q47-22. Instructors present the background or origin of ideas/concepts developed in class.
Q48-23. Instructors present points of view other than his/her own when appropriate.
Q49-24. Instructor adequately discussed current developments in the field.
Q50-X11. Whether lecturer suggests practical application of theory where appropriate
Q51-B1. Instructors place an emphasis on …
Q52-B2. As a student, I prefer to …
Examinations
Q53-25. Feedback on examinations/graded materials was valuable.
Q54-26. Methods of evaluating student work were fair and appropriate.
Q55-27. Examinations/graded materials tested course content as emphasized by the instructor.
Assignments
Q56-28. Required readings/texts were valuable.
Q57-29. Readings, homework, laboratories contributed to appreciation and understanding of subject.
Inclusion
Q58-X17a. Instructors treat all genders equally.
Q59-X17b. Instructors act respectfully and appropriate towards both women and men.
Q60-X17c. Instructors act respectfully and appropriate towards all ethnic groups.
Q61-X17d. Instructors are respectful towards personal views, convictions and beliefs (religious, political).
Q62-X18. Instructors are supportive of students with disabilities.
Devices: What devices do you own?
Q63-D1. Do you have a smartphone?
Good means: Good battery, good storage, good performance
Q64-D2. Do you have a tablet?
Q65-D3. Do you have a laptop?
Devices: What devices do your fellow students own?
Q66-D4. Do you agree with the statement: All my fellow students have a smartphone?
Let's start by getting a sense of the devices. Imagine a class. Think about the students. Who has a smartphone?
Q67-D5. Do you agree with the statement: About half of my fellow students have a tablet?
Don't worry whether it's more or less than half - we'll come back to this. Just say whether you agree or disagree with the statement.
Q68-D6. Do you agree with the statement: About half of my fellow students have a laptop?
Q69-D7. Do your fellow students have a smartphone?
Now let's try to make it a bit more precise. Please estimate the percentage (number of students out of a 100).
Your answer
Q70-D8. Do your fellow students have a tablet?
Please estimate the percentage (number of students out of a 100).
Your answer
Q71-D9. Do your fellow students have a laptop?
Please estimate the percentage (number of students out of a 100).
Your answer
Device use
Q72-D10. Instructors encourage the use of personal devices during class.
Q73-D11. Instructors encourage the use of personal devices for personal study and completion of assignments.
ICT provision at your university or college
Q74-D12. Do you agree with this statement: I can easily find a space in the computer lab whenever I want to use a computer.
Please refer to any computer facilities that are accessible by students outside teaching hours, e.g. computer labs or perhaps computers in the library or elsewhere.
Q75-D13. Do you agree with this statement: The computers in the computer lab are modern and work well.
Q75a-D14. What is the on-campus connectivity like? Is there good wifi connection, or are there parts where the network doesn’t reach?
Q75b-D15. Do you rely on your own bundles or a home WiFi connection to prepare for student teaching?
Phone network coverage
Q75d-D16. Which phone network works well at your place of study?
Tick all that apply.
Q75c-D15. What is phone network coverage like?
Overall
Q76-30. Compared with my expectation of higher education, I would say this course is:
Q77-31. Compared with my expectations of higher education, I would say my instructors are:
Q78-32. As an overall rating, my programme of study is:
Any other comments
Q79-00. Please enter any other comments you have.
Please feel free to provide any other comments that you may have, whether positive or negative. If you have any suggestions how to improve your programme of study, please tell us. If you have any suggestions about the survey, or you have noticed any errors, please let us know.
Your answer
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Q80-00. I want to find out about the outcome of your study
Q82-00. Your email address
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Your answer
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