EVALUATION OF MATE SCHOOL RESULTS
The questionnaire for teachers

INFORMATION:
The questionnaire is for assessment of progress done by students using MATE tool during school semester. Dimensions to be evaluated are:
1. Usage of 9 indicators in daily school tasks and social interactions (think broader: M, A, N, Pser, Pmax, nn, and deeper: Dmax. And of course be effective: V, T):
a) the total number of all "moves” considered in the decision tree (M),
b) the number of successive new starts in decision tree ("branches” in decision tree – N),
c) the number of different options considered (A),
d) the longest variation (Dmax – how far the subject is able to foresee consequences),
e) the number of successive changes in solving options (nn),
f) reinvestigations of the option which was mostly considered (Pmax),
g) the longest immediate reinvestigations of the option (Pser – it’s the measurement of the concentration),
h) the value of the option being chosen (V)
i) the thinking time (Time).
2. Observation of cognitive skills transfer to daily school and social behaviour:
a) focusing attention on the most important elements of the tasks,
b) keeping attention on the tasks for a longer period of time,
c) being resistant to distractions,
d) remembering visual structures using extraction of chunks and division onto smaller parts,
e) using heuristic strategies in problem solving,
f) motivated to train
g) considering different options to solve the same problem
h) grouping objects and ideas according to their common and distinctive features
INSTRUCTION:
Please describe each student using MATE tool by answering each question. Please assess if the student presents such behaviour in comparison with the beginning of the training:
a) definitely less often
b) less often
c) no change
d) more often
e) definitely more often
Teacher’s registered email: *
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Student’s code: *
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Date: *
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Please assess if the student presents such behaviour in comparison with the beginning of the training: *
definitely less often
less often
no change
more often
definetely more often
Considers many preliminary data(M)
Considers several possible new solutions (between 3 and 7) (A)
Broadly analyses many different, original options of decisions (N)
Is able to foresee far consequences of his/her decisions (Dmax)
Successively changes solving options (nn)
Often reinvestigates the option which was mostly considered (Pmax)
Reinvestigates long set of one option (Pser)
Thinks quickly (T)
Chooses best option (best answers) (V)
Focus attention on the most important elements of the task
Keeps sustained attention on tasks
Is resistant to distractions
Tries to remember complex visual structures using extraction of simple elements and division onto smaller parts
Uses heuristic strategies in problem solving
Keeps motivated for training.
Generates many possible alternatives to solve the same problem.
Groups objects and ideas according to their common and distinctive features
Remembers proposed steps of solving problems, even complex
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