ICNC Sample: Post-Seminar Learning Gains Survey
Answer the following questions as best as you can. Note: This learning gains survey is a repeat of the survey that was conducted prior to start of our seminar. This survey has to be taken again in order for the seminar instructor to compare and measure individual, group and issue-specific learning gains. This is also the reason why this learning gains survey cannot be anonymous though the scores will be used to aggregate general results and anonymity of anyone taking this survey will be maintained.
First Name, Last Name (the same you used in the pre-seminar learning gains survey) *
Your answer
1. On the scale below, select the number that best represents your current knowledge of civil resistance or nonviolent movements. *
None
A lot
2. On the scale below, identify your comfort level in speaking to others about civil resistance or nonviolent movements. *
Not at all
Very comfortable
3. On the scale below, select the number that best represents your view that revolutions against brutal regimes can succeed ONLY if revolutionaries retain the option to use violent means. *
Strongly agree
Strongly disagree
4. On the scale below, select the number that best represents your view that protests, marches, and demonstrations are the ONLY civil resistance methods. *
Strongly agree
Strongly disagree
5. On the scale below, select the number that best represents your view on how successful you think civil resistance campaigns against repressive states have been in the past. *
Not successful
More successful than not
6. On the scale below, select the number that best represents your view that movements that face repression must fail. *
Strongly agree
Strongly disagree
7. On the scale below, select the number that best represents your view that in order to be successful nonviolent movements must receive support from external actors, have access to the Internet, or face a regime that is weak and divided. *
8. On the scale below, select the number that best represents your view about how important you think strategic planning is in a successful civil resistance movement. *
Not at all
Extremely important
9. On the scale below, select the number that best represents your view about how important you think participation is in a successful civil resistance movement. *
Not at all
Extremely important
10. On the scale below, select the number that best represents your view about how important you think nonviolent discipline is in a successful civil resistance movement. *
Not at all
Extremely important
11. Please list any and all nonviolent civil resistance methods that you know of. *
Your answer
12. Please list any and all nonviolent civil resistance movements that you know of. *
Your answer
13. Do you think that nonviolent civil resistance is more effective than violent resistance against repressive regimes? *
14. How do you envision applying the knowledge that you gain from this course? *
Required
15. On the scale below, how do you assess your engagement throughout this class
Did not pay attention or Did not take any notes or Did not review or read any assigned course materials
Paid a lot of attention or Took a lot of notes or Read and reviewed all course materials
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