Staff Survey: Schools of the Future
The design of the physical learning environment can affect teaching and learning. How can your physical environment most effectively support you?
*Some questions adapted from the OECD School User Survey for 2018, http://www.oecd.org/education/OECD-School-User-Survey-2018.pdf
Please give the name of your school.
Your answer
What subjects are you teaching this year?
Your answer
What grades are you teaching this year?
To what extent do you agree with the following statements about your school's leadership and learning environment?
Strongly agree
Agree
Disagree
Strongly disagree
School leaders and teachers have a shared vision for learning and how to best use learning spaces
School leaders encourage teachers to experiment with different ways of using the learning spaces we have
The design of learning spaces supports the use of a variety of teaching practices
The school buildings and learning spaces suit my preferred teaching practice
The school arranges learning time to make effective use of the learning spaces
I am provided with time to plan collaboratively with other teachers
Teachers are provided with time and advice to plan how best to use the school learning spaces
To what extent do you think the buildings and facilities at your school have an impact on the following?
Not at all
Very little
To some extent
A lot
Make you more inclined to stay employed at this school
Make other teachers more inclined to stay employed at this school
Make it easier to attract new teachers
Attract parents looking to place their children in this school
How are learning spaces used in your school? (Please choose as many options as you would like.)
How many teachers, including you, are usually in the classroom/learning space during a class?
How many students are usually in a class?
Your answer
Which of the following spaces are available in your school? (Please select all that apply.)
In a typical week, approximately how often do you teach in...
Never
Once a week
2 to 4 times a week
Every day
A traditional classroom with no access to breakout spaces
A traditional classroom with direct access to breakout spaces for collaborative group work, project work or individual work
A collaborative teaching area (2 or more teachers) with the teachers and students sharing a variety of connected learning spaces for collaborative group work, project work or individual work
A space in a corridor outside the classroom
A library
An auditorium
A cafeteria
A science laboratory
A workshop/studio space for technology (wood, metal, plastics, robotics)
A gym
Which of the following external (outside) spaces are available in your school? (Please select all that apply.)
Think of the external (outside) spaces in your school. During lesson time, approximately how often do you use these spaces in your school during the year?
Never or hardly ever
1 to 3 times a month
Once a week
2 to 4 times a week
Every day
Grassed area (not a sports field)
An external (outside hard ball court / sports court / hard paved area
Sports field
School yard (an area with a hard surface, bences, playground, etc.)
How satisfied are you with the provision of...
Dissatisfied
Somewhat dissatisfied
Neutral
Somewhat satisfied
Satisfied
A quiet space for you to work in the school before or after lessons
Spaces that staff can use for socializing and conversation with other staff
Meeting rooms
What do you think classrooms should look like in the future?
Your answer
What do you think school buildings should look like in the future?
Your answer
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