(S1) Student Survey on 1-to-1 Learning Programme

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    Part 1: You & Your School

    (a) When I'm learning something new, I use the internet and computers to help me find more information.
    (b) I'm interested in the things we do in class.
    (c) I usually participate in class discussions and projects.
    (d) The things we learn about in school help me understand the world.
    (e) Sometimes I do more work than what is assigned.
    (f) The skills we learn in school will help me when I grow up.
    (g) I think about the things we learn in school after class or when I'm at home.
    (h) In school, we learn about things that are happening right now, near my home and around the world.
    (i) I don't always finish my school work because it's not interesting to me.
    (j) My school work is important to my life.
    (k) If I don't understand something in school, I ask for help.
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    (a) When I do my homework, a lot of the information I use comes from books or my teacher.
    (b) If I don't have all the information I need to do my work, I know how to find it.
    (c) I plan ahead to make sure I will get my work done on time.
    (d) I try to make connections between things I learn in different classes.
    (e) I often lost my homework or other work I've done for school.
    (f) I make sure that I keep up with my assignments.
    (g) When I do my school work, a lot of the information I use comes from the internet or other places in the computer.
    (h) I do my work at the last minute.
    (i) I use my notes or my highlighting to review things we have learnt in class.
    (j) When I read things for school like website, book and handouts, I think about separating fact and opinion.
    (k) I keep the materials I need organised.
    (l) When I do my school work, a lot of the information I use comes from other students.
    (m) When I'm solving a new problem, I think about things I already know that might help.
    (n) I don't always remember what I'm supposed to do for homework.
    (o) I use a calendar to keep track of due dates and activities.
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    (a) We often work in groups on long projects.
    (b) When we work in groups, different students usually have different roles.
    (c) Sometimes I work with students who come from different backgrounds than me.
    (d) I always listen to the ideas of everyone in the group.
    (e) When we work in groups, we usually have to pull together contributions from different people to get our work done.
    (f) I help other students learn how to do things that I've figured out.
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    (a) We talk about questions that have more than one good answer.
    (b) We do a lot of projects that take more than one week to finish.
    (c) I usually do my work by myself.
    (d) We often talk about students' ideas.
    (e) The teacher usually tells us exactly what to do.
    (f) I usually do my work in groups or pairs.
    (g) Questions that we talk about often come from students.
    (h) Most of what we learn comes from textbooks or my teacher.
    (i) My assignments are usually due the same day or the next day.
    (j) I have choices about what topics I focus on for projects or reports.
    (k) I have choices about how to do my work.
    (l) The teacher usually talks more than anyone else.
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    (a) When I'm learning something new, I use the internet and computers to help me find more information.
    (b) I like to use computers to read and write.
    (c) Computers help me learn about different places and people.
    (d) Computers are better for games than they are for doing school work.
    (e) It's easier to learn from books than from using a computer.
    (f) The Internet and computer programs make me a better student.
    (g) Computers help me to create things.
    (h) Computers help me to understand things.
    (i) Computers are better for emailing friends than they are for doing school work.
    (j) Computers make it easier to sort through a lot of information.
    (k) Computers help me and groups I'm in work on school projects more independently.
    (l) I get more feedback on my school work using a computer.
    (m) I get more up-to-date information using a computer than I do from books.
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