survey for Children in Taiwan

Anonymous
timer Asked: Mar 25th, 2017

Question Description

I need a survey for the Taiwanese children in schools in a poor villages which galilee wealth fear company help them to improve them life. this survey must be

at least 60 questions divided by 5 or 6 part in the survey each much have at least 9 questions. Also, the questions need be the thing to find what the changes in there life and what they need to help them. Moreover, I will post an example of old survey and the proposal to know more about Galilee and when I wants in the survey.

Thank you

INTEL POSITIVO PC IMPACT STUDY Student Survey Thank you for participating in this research organized by the Ministry of Education of Rwanda in conjunction with the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. The objective of this study is to determine the overall impact of ICT Integration in Secondary schools in Rwanda. Please follow the instructions carefully. Your contribution is crucial to the success of this study. The information provided is confidential. The estimated time to complete the survey is about 30 minutes. Thank you for your time and collaboration! Before you start the survey, make sure: • • • I. You have signed the consent form. You have an identification code assigned. The consent form and the identification code have been provided by the ICT teacher. Identification 1. Student’ Identification code ____________________ 2. Please, select the province where you study. 1 City of Kigali 2 Northern Province 3 Eastern Province 3 Western Province 4 Southern Province 3. Please, select the district where you study. 1 Bugesera 7 Gisagara 13 Kirehe 2 Burera 8 14 Muhanga Huye 3 Gakenke 9 15 Musanze Kamonyi 4 Gasabo 10 Karongi 16 Ngoma 5 Gatsibo 11 Kayonza 17 Ngororero 6 Gicumbi 12 Kicukiro 18 Nyabihu 19 20 21 22 23 24 Nyagatare Nyamagabe Nyamasheke Nyanza Nyarugenge Nyaruguru 25 26 27 28 29 30 Rubavu Ruhango Rulindo Rusizi Rutsiro Rwamagana 4. You are a: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Technology Integration Specialist/Mentor School Director School Teacher Mother Father Student Family member 5. Please, select the school where you study. Treatment 1 2 3 4 5 Control 6 7 8 9 10 6. Please, select the grade you are studying at the school. Please, select just one) 1 Primary 1 (P1) 5 Primary 5 (P5) 9 Secondary 3 (S3) 2 Primary 2 (P2) 6 Primary 6 (P6) 10 High School 1 (S4) 3 Primary 3 (P3) 7 Secondary 1 (S1) 11 High School 2 (S5) 4 Primary 4 (P4) 8 Secondary 2 (S2) 12 High School 3 (S6) 7. In which type of school do you study? 1 Public School (boarding school) 2 Semi-public school (boarding school) 3 Private School (boarding school) 4 Public School (9 to 12 years of basic education) 8. In which type of school do you study? 1 Only Boys 2 Only Girls 3 Mixed (boys and girls) 9. How many years of formal education have you received? _____________ 10. How many years have you been studying at this school? _______________ 11. What is your first language? 1 2 3 4 Kinyarwanda Swahili French English 12. In which language do you learn at school? (Please select all that apply) 1 Kinyarwanda 2 Swahili 3 French 4 English II. Use of Technology A. One-Laptop-Per-Child 13. Have you heard about the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC)? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip the question 17. 14. Did you receive an OLPC computer? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip the question 16. 15. Have you been using the OLPC during learning in your classroom? 1 No 2 Yes 16. Have you received training on how to use the OLPC? 1 No 2 Yes III. Intel Learning Solutions – Implementation 17. Were the teachers trained in the use of technology? 1 I do not know 2 No 3 Some of them 4 Yes, all of them 18. Were the teachers trained on how to integrate technology in the classroom? 1 I do not know 2 No 3 Some of them 4 Yes, all of them 19. Do the teachers implement the Student-Centered Instruction approach (21st Century Skills) in the classroom? 1 I do not know 2 No 3 Yes 20. Are the teachers ready to introduce technology in their teaching? 1 I do not know 2 No 3 Yes 21. Did the training help the teachers to improve the quality of their teaching? 1 I do not know 2 No 3 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 23. 22. Why is the Intel Teach Training helping the teachers to improve the quality of their teaching? I do not know No Yes 1 It gives them access to more content. 2 It facilitates students’ learning the subject(s) taught. 3 It facilitates class engagement through interpersonal and collaborative skills. 4 It helps the teacher improve students’ critical thinking. 5 It helps the teacher improve students’ problem solving abilities. 6 It helps the teacher improve students’ communication abilities. 7 It helps the teacher improve students’ collaboration abilities. 8 It helps the teacher improve students’ visualization abilities. 9 It helps the teacher understand the importance of the use of the technology during class. 10 It helps the teacher increase their productivity as a teacher. 11 It helps the teacher to apply Multimedia software and tools to their teaching activities. 12 It helps the teacher to apply Word processing software and tools to their teaching activities. 13 It helps the teacher to apply Spreadsheet software and tools to their teaching activities. 23. Why is the Intel Teach Training not helping the teachers to improve the quality of their teaching? I do not know No Yes 1 Poor access to internet makes it hard to teach with the computers. 2 School administration is unwilling to cooperate. 3 Students are irresponsive or respond poorly to changes in technology. 4 Teachers and students did not received an adequate training. 5 The introduction of technology in the classroom does not improve teaching. 6 The introduction of technology in the classroom does not improve learning. 7 Other 24. Have you received the PBGH computer? 1 2 If you answered No, skip to question 32. No Yes 25. Have you received training on how to use the PBGH computer? 1 No 2 Yes 26. Which of the following components are installed in the PBGH computer? No Yes I do not know 1 Windows 2 Linux 3 Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) 4 Educational games 5 Strategy games 6 Camera 7 Internet 8 Thermometer 9 Microscope 10 Calendar 11 e-Textbooks 27. Who keeps the PBGH computers of the students when you are not at school? 1 I do not know. 2 They get stored in the classroom. 3 They get stored in computer lab. 4 The teachers keep the computers. 5 The School Director keeps the computers. 28. In the smart classrooms, is there a PBGH computer assigned to the teachers? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know 29. Are you free to use the PBGH computer at school when you are not in class? 1 No 2 Yes 30. On average, how frequently do you use the PBGH computer when you are not in class? Never Sometimes Frequently Always 31. When there is no electricity, how do you charge the PBGH computers? 1 We do not use the computers. 2 We use them when we have access to electricity to charge the computers. 3 The school is responsible to charge the computers. 4 The students and teachers have to charge the computers at home. 32. Have your teachers received the PBGH computer? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know If you answered No or I do not know, skip to question 34. 33. Have your teacher received training on how to use the PBGH computer? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know 34. Have you used any computer to study for a class before the introduction of the PBGH computer? 1 Yes, my personal computer. 2 Yes, a computer I share with my family. 3 Yes, a computer in the lab at school. 4 Yes, a computer from a classmate at school. 5 Yes, a computer in a cyber café. 6 No. 35. Have you used any computer while learning in a class before the introduction of the PBGH computer? 1 Yes, my personal computer. 2 Yes, a computer I share with my family. 3 Yes, a computer in the lab at school. 4 Yes, a computer from a classmate at school. 5 Yes, a computer in a cyber café. 6 No. 36. What did you use or knew how to use in a computer before the introduction of the PBGH computer? No Yes 1 Microsoft Windows operating system 2 Linux operating system 3 Microsoft Word 4 Microsoft Excel 5 Microsoft Power Point 6 Adobe Acrobat Reader 7 Web browser (e.g. Google, Bing, Yahoo) 8 Internet 37. In your school, do you have access to a computer lab? 1 No 2 Yes 38. Does the school have a classroom/computer laboratory with the following technology elements? No Yes 1 Laptops 2 Interactive whiteboard 3 Collaborative spaces 4 Labware for science experiments 5 School server 6 Sound system 7 Projector 8 Screen 9 Internet or Wi-Fi 39. Is your school environment conducive to high academic education standards? 1 No 2 Yes 40. Is your school environment conducive for you to learn? 1 No 2 Yes 41. How easy will be the transition from printed learning materials to digital learning materials? Very Hard Hard Easy Very easy 42. What is the reason of your answer? No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Yes The teachers are not interested on digital teaching. The teachers are not sufficiently fluent in English. It is hard to change the learning model. I had never use a computer to learn. The digital material was hard to understand. My classmates and I are encouraged to use digital learning materials. The teachers have to learn how to teach using technology. The training was helpful and effective for both students and teachers. Additional training was effective for my classmates and I. My classmates and I were active participants of learning digital materials. 43. Do the teachers and students have adequate technical support at school? 1 No 2 Yes 44. Does the school have access to electricity? 1 No 2 Yes 45. Does the school have access to Internet (wireless or broadband)? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 48. 46. In your school, where do you have access to the Internet? 1 Just the Director of the school has access 2 In the entire school. 3 In the classroom and in the computer lab. 4 Only in the classroom. 5 Only in the computer lab. 47. How is the Internet reception at your school? Very poor Poor Good Very good 48. Is your student performance evaluated at the end of each trimester regarding the use of digital learning materials? 1 No 2 Yes 49. Is your teachers’ performance evaluated at the end of each trimester regarding the use of digital learning materials? 1 2 3 No Yes I do not know 50. How frequently does the teacher incorporate technology as a teaching tool? Never Sometimes Frequently 1 2 3 4 Always I do not know In the classroom. In the assignments for students. In the research projects for students. Outside the classroom (e.g. grading) 51. Which of the following components do you use to learn in the classroom? No Yes 1 Laptops 2 Interactive whiteboard 3 Collaborative spaces 4 Labware for science experiments 5 School server 6 Sound system 7 Projector 8 Screen 9 Blackboard 52. How often does the teacher use the following learning methods to teach in the classroom? Never Sometimes Frequently Always 1 Memorizing 2 Repetition 3 Thinking 4 Lectures 5 Discussions 6 Individual exercises/presentations 7 Group exercises/presentations 8 Share interactive material (videos, presentations, links) 1 2 3 4 5 53. Which subjects are you taking? (Select all that apply) Language (French) 6 Mathematics 11 Language (English) 7 Biology 12 Language (Kinyarwanda) 8 Chemistry 13 Language (Swahili) 9 Physics 14 Social science 10 Religion 15 Music Economics Computer/ICT Accounting History 16 17 18 19 20 Sports Geography Art Construction Electricity 1 2 3 4 5 54. In which subjects is it mandatory to use the computers? (Please, select all that apply) Language (French) 6 Mathematics 11 Music 16 Sports Language (English) 7 Biology 12 Economics 17 Geography Language (Kinyarwanda) 8 Chemistry 13 Computer/ICT 18 Art Language (Swahili) 9 Physics 14 Accounting 19 Construction Social science 10 Religion 15 History 20 Electricity IV. Interpersonal Relations and Life at School 55. Which means does the teacher use to communicate with you and your classmates? (Please select all that apply) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 None Social media Email Text messages Blackboard Office hours In person (outside school) 56. How would you describe your relationship with _________? No relationship Very Poor School Director Teachers at school Employees at school Your parents Fellow students 57. How satisfied are you studying at the school? Not satisfied Somewhat satisfied Satisfied Poor Good Very good Very satisfied 58. What makes you satisfied of studying at the school? No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Collaboration/relationship with the Director of the school Collaboration/relationship with other teachers Collaboration/relationship between teachers and Director of the school Collaboration/relationship with the students Collaboration/relationship with the students’ parents Location of the school The school facilities (infrastructure) Academic standards Extracurricular activities School values The school has internet Other Yes 59. On average, how much time do you spend in a week on school activities at home (such as doing homework, studying) or projects related to school participation? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 - 2 hours 2 – 5 hours 5 – 10 hours 10 – 20 hours 20 – 30 hours 30 – 40 hours More than 40 hours 60. How many students are in total in your class? ____________ 61. Indicate the effectiveness of the following components at school. I do not know Not effective Somewhat effective Effective Very effective 1 Communication with teachers 2 Communication with the School Director 3 Communication with your parents 4 Communication between teachers 5 Communication with your fellow classmates V. Life at home and in the community 62. How often do you do the following activities in a week? It does not apply 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Interact (talk, play, share time) with your parents Interact (talk, play, share time ) with your brothers/sisters Interact with friends from your village Interact with friends from other villages Interact with your neighbors Interact with your fellow classmates Participate in activities for students Listen to radio news or read the newspaper Access to social media Never Rarely Sometimes Frequently It does not apply 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Activities related with faith (pray go to mass or religious service, read the bible or sacred book) Practice sports or exercise Take care of neighbors ‘ children Be a volunteer in your community Rest, watch TV, read, listen to the radio Follow events that affect my community Work of the home (cook, clean, wash) Help people in the community Participate in civic activities, neighborhood meetings, association of neighbors for security, etc. Participate in activities for charity Give example to your fellow classmates of obeying the law Give example to your fellow classmates on compassion and forgiveness Give example to your siblings or friends on respect for your parents Use a computer to access information, pay bills, communicate with others Try to encourage others to participate in community service Try to understand how political and social policies or issues affect members in the community Try to have enough influence to impact community decisions Help fellow classmates to take a decision on a serious problem Help fellow classmates to face a friend who is a bad influence (drugs) Stop cases of bullying Show your fellow classmates how to defend themselves and how to ask for help Encourage fellow classmates to practice activities to develop their talents (art, music, sports) Work with other classmates to help a friend Never Rarely Sometimes Frequently It does not apply 33 34 35 36 Talk with fellow classmates about using contraceptive as a means to prevent pregnancies Encourage fellow classmates to remain virgin until marriage Learn some of your fellow classmates are addicted to pornography Learn some of your fellow classmates have alcohol problems 63. In your home, do you eat together as a family? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 65. 64. How many days per week? 1 2 3 VI. 0-2 days 3-4 days 5-7 days Demographics 65. Sex 1 Male 2 Female 66. Age __________ 67. Level of education: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 None Preschool Primary Secondary Post-Secondary University Master or PhD Never Rarely Sometimes Frequently 68. Marital Status of your parents 1 2 3 4 5 6 Never married Married Separated Divorced Widowed Divorced and married 69. Religion 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Catholic Protestant Adventist Muslim Jehovah Witness Tradit/Animist Non Religion Other 70. Do you have children? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 72. 71. Number of children 0 1 2 3 or more 72. What is the primary language you speak at home? 1 Kinyarwanda 2 Swahili 3 French 4 English 73. Do you work? 1 No 2 Yes 74. Do your parents work? 1 No 2 Yes, only my father. 3 Yes, only my mother. 4 Yes, both my parents. If No is selected, then skip to question 76. 75. Monthly level of income of your parents 1 I do not know 2 Below Rwf60,000 3 Rwf60,000 – Rwf70,000 4 Rwf70,001 – Rwf80,000 5 Rwf80,001 – Rwf90,000 6 Rwf90,001 – Rwf100,000 7 Rwf100,001 – Rwf200,000 8 More than Rwf200,000 76. Are you happy studying at this school? 1 No 2 Yes 77. How long, in minutes, is your commute from home to school? ___________ minutes 78. Does your school have access to water facilities? 1 No 2 Yes 79. Does your school have access to sanitation facilities (toilets)? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 81. 80. How is the condition of the sanitation facilities (toilets) at your school? Very poor Poor Good 81. In which area is your residence located? 1 Rural 2 Urban 82. In which Province is your residence located? 1 Kigali City 2 Northern Province 3 Eastern Province 4 Western Province 5 Southern Province Very good 83. In what type of building is your household? 1 House occupied by one household 2 House occupied by several households 3 Story building occupied by one or several households 4 Several buildings in a compound occupied by several households 5 Other type of building 84. With whom do you live in your house? (Please select all that apply) 1 Alone 2 Father 3 Mother 4 Brother/Sister 5 Husband 6 Wife 7 Son/Daughter 8 Other relative 9 Non relative 85. What is the main material of the roof of your household? 1 Iron sheets 2 Local tiles 3 Industrial tiles 4 Asbestos 5 Concrete 6 Cartoon/Sheeting 7 Other material 86. What is the main material of the wall of your household? 1 Wood/Mud 2 Wood/Cemented mud 3 Sundried bricks 4 Plastic Sheathing/Cardboard 5 Cement Blocks/Concrete 6 Stone 7 Timber 8 Burnt bricks 9 Other materials 87. What is the main material of the floor of your household? 1 Earth/Sand 2 Sundried bricks 3 Concrete 4 Stone 5 Timber 6 Other material 88. What is the main type of toilet facility used by the member of the household? 1 Flush toilet/Water Closet (WC) system 2 Private pit Latrine 3 Public pit Latrine 4 Bush 5 None 6 Other 89. What is the main source of water in your household? 1 Internal pipe-born water 2 Pipe-born water in the compound 3 Public tap out of the compound 4 Protected Spring/well 5 Unprotected Spring/well 6 Rain water 7 River 8 Lake/Stream/Pound/Surface water 9 None 10 Other 90. Do you have access to clean water in your household? 1 No 2 Yes 91. What is the main source of energy for lightning in your household? 1 Electricity by EWSA 2 Hydro-electric or other private source 3 Solar power 4 Kerosene lamp 5 Biogas 6 Firewood 7 Generator 8 Paraffin 9 Candle 10 None 11 Other 92. What is the main source of energy used in your household for cooking? 1 Electricity 2 Gas 3 Biogas 4 Kerosene 5 Charcoal 6 Firewood 7 Grass/Leaves 8 Other 93. What is the main mode of waste disposal used in your household? 1 Compost dumping 2 Private dust bins 3 Public refuse dumps 4 In the bush 5 On the farms 6 In a River/Stream/Drain/Gutter 7 Other 94. What is the main mode of sewage disposal in your household? 1 Sump 2 In the courtyard 3 Rivulet/Trench/Channels 4 In the street 5 Main sewer 6 Cesspool 7 Bush 8 None 9 Other 95. Do you have access to paved roads on your way to home? 1 No 2 Yes 96. How is the condition of the roads on your way to home? Very Poor Poor Good Very good 97. Do you have access to a health center or hospital close to your home or school? 1 No 2 Yes 98. Do you have any of these assets in functioning condition in your household? No Yes 1 Radio 2 Television 3 Telephone (fixed line) 4 Cellphone 5 Refrigerator/freezer 6 Computer 7 Vehicle 8 Motorcycle 9 Bicycle 99. Does any member of your household have access to the internet? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 101. 100. Where do you access to the internet? (Please select all that apply) 1 From home 2 From school 3 From cyber café 4 Cellphone 5 I do not have access to internet 101. How many rooms are in your household? ______________ 102. How many bedrooms are in your household? __________ 103. How many people live in your household? _____________ 104. What is your relationship to the Head of household? 1 Yourself 2 Spouse 3 Son/Daughter 4 Unrelated child 5 Father/Mother 6 Brother/sister 7 Other relative 8 Non relative Thank you for your time and collaboration!
INTEL POSITIVO PC IMPACT STUDY Parent Survey Thank you for participating in this research organized by the Ministry of Education of Rwanda in conjunction with the Catholic University of America in Washington DC. The objective of this study is to determine the overall impact of ICT Integration in Secondary schools in Rwanda. Please follow the instructions carefully. Your contribution is crucial to the success of this study. The information provided is confidential. The estimated time to complete the survey is about 30 minutes. Thank you for your time and collaboration! Before you start the survey, make sure: • • • I. You have signed the consent form. You have an identification code assigned. The consent form and the identification code have been provided by the School Director. Identification 1. Parent’ Identification code ____________________ 2. Please, select the province where your child studies. 1 2 3 4 5 City of Kigali Northern Province Eastern Province Western Province Southern Province 3. Please, select the district where your child studies. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Bugesera Burera Gakenke Gasabo Gatsibo Gicumbi 7 8 9 10 11 12 Gisagara Huye Kamonyi Karongi Kayonza Kicukiro 13 14 15 16 17 18 Kirehe Muhanga Musanze Ngoma Ngororero Nyabihu 19 20 21 22 23 24 Nyagatare Nyamagabe Nyamasheke Nyanza Nyarugenge Nyaruguru 25 26 27 28 29 30 Rubavu Ruhango Rulindo Rusizi Rutsiro Rwamagana 4. You are a: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Technology Integration Specialist/Mentor School Director School Teacher Mother Father Student Family member 5. Please, select the school where your child studies. Treatment 1 7 2 8 3 9 4 10 5 11 6 12 Control 6. Please, select the grade your child is studying. (Please, select just one) 1 Primary 1 (P1) 5 Primary 5 (P5) 9 Secondary 3 (S3) 2 Primary 2 (P2) 6 Primary 6 (P6) 10 High School 1 (S4) 3 Primary 3 (P3) 7 Secondary 1 (S1) 11 High School 2 (S5) 4 Primary 4 (P4) 8 Secondary 2 (S2) 12 High School 3 (S6) 7. In which type of school does your child study? 1 Public School (boarding school) 2 Semi-public school (boarding school) 3 Private School (boarding school) 4 Public School (9 to 12 years basic education) 8. In which type of school does your child study? 1 Boys 2 Girls 3 Mixed (boys and girls) 9. How many years of formal education have you received? _____________ 10. How many years have your child been studying at this school? _________ 11. In which language do you speak to your child? 1 Kinyarwanda 2 Swahili 3 French 4 English 12. In which language does your child learn at school? (Please select all that apply) 1 Kinyarwanda 2 Swahili 3 French 4 English II. Use of Technology A. One-Laptop-Per-Child 13. Have you heard about the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC)? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 15. 14. Have your child received the OLPC computer? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know If No is selected, then skip to question 16. 15. Have your child been using the OLPC during learning in the classroom? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know 16. Have your child received training on how to use the OLPC? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know III. Intel Learning Solutions - Implementation 17. Were the teachers of your child trained in the use of technology? 1 I do not know 2 No 3 Some of them 4 Yes, all of them 18. Were the teachers of your child trained on how to integrate technology in the classroom? 1 I do not know 2 No 3 Some of them 4 Yes, all of them 19. Do the teachers implement the Student-Centered Instruction approach (21st Century Skills) in the classroom? 1 I do not know 2 No 3 Yes 20. Are the teachers ready to introduce technology in their teaching? 1 I do not know 2 No 3 Yes 21. Did the training help the teachers to improve the quality of their teaching? 1 I do not know 2 No 3 Yes If you answered Yes, then skip to question 23. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 22. Why is the Intel Teach Training helping the teachers to improve the quality of their teaching? I do not No Yes know It gives them access to more content. It facilitates students to learn the subject(s) taught. It facilitates class engagement through interpersonal and collaborative skills. It helps the teacher improve students’ critical thinking. It helps the teacher improve students’ problem solving abilities. It helps the teacher improve students’ communication abilities. It helps the teacher improve students’ collaboration abilities. I do not know 8 9 10 11 12 13 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 No Yes It helps the teacher improve students’ visualization abilities. It helps the teacher understand the importance of the use of the technology during class. It helps the teacher increase their productivity as a teacher. It helps the teacher to apply Multimedia software and tools to their teaching activities. It helps the teacher to apply Word processing software and tools to their teaching activities. It helps the teacher to apply Spreadsheet software and tools to their teaching activities. 23. Why is the Intel Teach Training not helping the teachers to improve the quality of their teaching? I do not No Yes know Poor access to internet makes it hard to teach with the computers. School administration is unwilling to cooperate. Students are irresponsive or respond poorly to changes in technology. Teachers and students did not received an adequate training. The introduction of technology in the classroom does not improve teaching. The introduction of technology in the classroom does not improve learning. Other 24. Have your child received the PBGH computer? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know If you answered No or I do not know, skip to question 31. 25. Have your child received training on how to use the PBGH computer? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know 26. Which of the following components are installed in the PBGH computer? No Yes I do not know 1 Windows 2 Linux 3 Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) 4 Educational games 5 Strategy games 6 Camera 7 Internet 8 Thermometer 9 Microscope 10 Calendar 11 e-Textbooks 27. Who keeps the PBGH computers when the students are not at school? 1 I do not know. 2 They get stored in the classroom. 3 They get stored in computer lab. 4 The teachers keep the computers. 5 The School Director keeps the computers. 28. Is your child free to use the PBGH computer at school when you are not in class? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know 29. On average, how frequently does your child use the PBGH computer when he/she is not in class? I do not Never Sometimes Frequently Always know 30. When there is no electricity, how do the students charge the PBGH computers? 1 I do not know. 2 They do not use the computers. 3 They use them when they have access to electricity to charge the computers. 4 The school is responsible to charge the computers. 5 The students and teachers have to charge the computers at home. 31. Have the teachers of your child received the PBGH computer? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know If you answered No or I do not know, skip to question 33. 32. Have the teachers of your child received training on how to use the PBGH computer? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know 33. Do YOU use a computer at work or at home? 1 Yes, my personal computer. 2 Yes, a computer I share with my family. 3 Yes, a computer from my working place. 4 No, because I do not need it 5 No, because I cannot afford it 34. What do YOU use or know how to use in a computer? No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Yes Microsoft Windows operating system Linux operating system Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Microsoft Power Point Adobe Acrobat Reader Web browser (e.g. Google, Bing, Yahoo) Internet 35. In the school where your child studies, do they have access to a computer lab? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know 36. Does the school where your child studies has a classroom/computer laboratory with the following technology elements? No Yes I do not know 1 Laptops 2 Interactive whiteboard 3 Collaborative spaces 4 Labware for science experiments 5 School server 6 Sound system 7 Projector 8 Screen 9 Internet or Wi-Fi 37. Is the school environment conducive to high academic education standards? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know 38. Is the school environment conducive for students to learn? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know 39. How easy do you think will be the transition from printed teaching materials to digital teaching materials? I do not Very Hard Hard Easy Very easy know 40. What is the reason of your answer? I do not know 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 The teacher is not interested on digital teaching. The teacher is not sufficiently fluent in English. It is hard to change the teaching model. The teacher has never use a computer to teach. The digital material was hard to understand for the students. The students are not encouraged to use digital learning materials. The teacher has to learn how to teach using technology The training was helpful and effective for both students and teachers. Additional training was effective for teachers. Teachers were active participants on learning digital materials. 41. Do the teachers and students have technical support at school? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know 42. Does the school where your child studies have access to electricity? 1 No 2 Yes 43. Does the school have access to internet (wireless or broadband)? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know If No is selected, then skip to question 46. No Yes 44. In the school where your child studies, where do they have access to the internet? 1 I do not know 2 Just the Director of the school has access 3 In the entire school. 4 In the classroom and in the computer lab. 5 Only in the classroom. 6 Only in the computer lab. 45. How is the internet reception at the school where your child studies? Very Poor Poor Good Very good I do not know 46. Is the teachers’ performance evaluated at the end of each trimester regarding the use of digital learning materials? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know 47. Is the students’ performance evaluated at the end of each trimester regarding the use of digital learning materials? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know 1 2 3 4 48. How frequently do the teachers of your child incorporate technology as a teaching tool? Never Sometimes Frequently Always I do not know In the classroom. In the assignments for students. In the research projects for students. Outside the classroom. 49. Which of the following components do the teachers of your child use to teach in the classroom? No Yes I do not know 1 Laptops 2 Interactive whiteboard 3 Collaborative spaces 4 Labware for science experiments 5 School server 6 Sound system 7 Projector 8 Screen 9 Blackboard 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 50. How often do the teachers of your child use the following learning methods to teach in the classroom? Never Sometimes Frequently Always I do not know Memorizing Repetition Thinking Lectures Discussions Individual exercises/presentations Group exercises/presentations Share interactive material (videos, presentations, links) 1 2 3 4 5 21 51. Which subject does your child is taking? (Select all that apply) Language (French) 6 Mathematics 11 Music Language (English) 7 Biology 12 Economics Language (Kinyarwanda) 8 Chemistry 13 Computer/ICT Language (Swahili) 9 Physics 14 Accounting Social science 10 Religion 15 History I do not know 16 17 18 19 20 Sports Geography Art Construction Electricity 1 2 3 4 5 21 52. In which subjects is it mandatory to use a computer? Language (French) 6 Mathematics 11 Language (English) 7 Biology 12 Language (Kinyarwanda) 8 Chemistry 13 Language (Swahili) 9 Physics 14 Social science 10 Religion 15 I do not know 16 17 18 19 20 Sports Geography Art Construction Electricity IV. Music Economics Computer/ICT Accounting History Interpersonal Relations and Life at School 53. Which means do you use to communicate with the teacher of your child? (Please select all that apply) 1 2 3 4 5 6 None Social media Email Text messages Office hours In person (outside school) 1 2 3 4 5 6 54. How would you describe your relationship with __________? No Very Poor Poor relationship School Director Teachers at school Employees at school Students’ parents Students Your child Good Very good 55. How satisfied are you with the school where your child study? Not satisfied Somewhat satisfied Satisfied Very satisfied 56. What makes you satisfy of the school where your child studies? No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Yes Collaboration/relationship with the Director of the school Collaboration/relationship with teachers Collaboration/relationship between teachers and Director of the school Collaboration/relationship among the students Collaboration/relationship with other students’ parents Location of the school The school facilities (infrastructure) Academic standards Extracurricular activities School values The school has internet Other 57. On average, how much time does your child spend in a week on school activities at home (such as doing homework, studying) or projects related to school participation? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 - 2 hours 2 – 5 hours 5 – 10 hours 10 – 20 hours 20 – 30 hours 30 – 40 hours More than 40 hours 58. On average, how much time do you spend in a week helping your child with school activities at home (such as doing homework, studying) or projects related to school participation? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 - 2 hours 2 – 5 hours 5 – 10 hours 10 – 20 hours 20 – 30 hours 30 – 40 hours More than 40 hours 59. Indicate the effectiveness of the following components at the school where your child studies. I do not know 1 2 3 4 5 Not effective Somewhat effective Communication with teachers Communication with the School Director Communication with your child Communication between teachers Communication with other parents 60. Does the school where your child studies have parents’ meeting? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know If No or I do not know is selected, then skip to question 65. 61. How often do you have parents’ meeting? 1 Never 2 Twice a year 3 Every trimester 4 Every month 5 I do not know If Never or I do not know is selected, then skip to question 65. 62. Do you attend the parents’ meetings? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, skip to question 65. Effective Very effective 63. When attending the parents’ meeting, how do you participate? No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Yes Listening but not participating. Following the example of other parents. Educating other parents. Proposing ideas. Offering support based on my abilities. Offering constructive ideas under discussion reviews. Motivating and encouraging other parents. Identifying challenges or obstacles in everyday activity of the school. Identifying possible solutions to challenges or obstacles. 64. When attending the parents’ meetings, how do other parents participate? No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Yes Listening but not participating. Following the example of others parents. Educating other parents. Proposing ideas. Offering support based on my abilities. Offering constructive ideas under discussion reviews. Motivating and encouraging other parents. Identifying challenges or obstacles in everyday activities of the school. Identifying possible solutions to challenges or obstacles. V. Life at home and in the community 65. How often do you do the following activities in a week? It does not apply 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Interact (talk, play, share time) with your children Interact (talk, share time ) with your spouse Interact with your parents Interact with friends from your village Interact with friends from other village Interact with your neighbors Interact with your co-workers Never Rarely Sometimes Frequently It does not apply 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Organize/participate in activities for parents Listen to radio news or read the newspaper Access to social media Activities related with faith (pray go to mass or religious service, read the bible or sacred book) Practice sports or exercise Take care of neighbors‘ children Be a volunteer in your community Rest, watch TV, read, listen to the radio Follow events that affect my community Made an effort to get to know the teacher of my child Work of the home (cook, clean, wash) Help people in the community Organize/participate in civic activities, neighborhood meetings, association of neighbors for security Organize/participate in activities for charity Give example to your child of obeying the law Give example to your child on compassion and forgiveness Give example to your child on respect to others Give example to your child on respect for your spouse Use computer to access to information, pay bills, communicate with others Try to encourage others to participate in community service Try to understand how political and social policies or issues affect members in the community Try to have enough influence to impact community decisions Never Rarely Sometimes Frequently It does not apply Never Rarely Sometimes 30 Help your child to take a decision on a serious problem 31 Help your child to face a friend who is a bad influence (drugs) 32 Stop cases of bullying 33 Show your child how to defend themselves and how to ask for help 34 Encourage your child to practice activities to develop their talents (art, music, sports) 35 Work with others to help a friend 36 Talk with your child about using contraceptive as a means to prevent pregnancies 37 Encourage your child to remain virgin until marriage 38 Learn some of your child’ classmates are addicted to pornography 39 Learn some of your child’s classmates have alcohol problems 66. Did you vote during the last presidential/parliamentary elections? 1 No 2 Yes 67. Have you attempted to be elected in any community leadership position? 1 No 2 Yes 68. In your home, do you eat together as a family? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 70. 69. How many days per week? 1 2 3 1-2 days 3-4 days 5-7 days Frequently VI. Demographics 70. Your sex 1 Male 2 Female 71. Your age __________ 72. Your level of education: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 None Preschool Primary Secondary Post-Secondary University Master or PhD 73. Your marital status 1 2 3 4 5 6 Never married Married Separated Divorced Widowed Divorced and married 74. Religion 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 75. Number of children 0 1 2 Catholic Protestant Adventist Muslim Jehovah Witness Tradit/Animist Non Religion Other 3 4 5 6 7 8 or more 76. What is the primary language you speak at home? 1 Kinyarwanda 2 Swahili 3 French 4 English 77. How many jobs do you have? 0 1 2 3 4 or more If “0” is selected, then skip to question 79. 78. Monthly level of Income: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Below Rwf60,000 Rwf60,000 – Rwf70,000 Rwf70,001 – Rwf80,000 Rwf80,001 – Rwf90,000 Rwf90,001 – Rwf100,000 Rwf100,001 – Rwf200,000 More than Rwf200,000 79. Are you a happy with the school where your child studies? 1 No 2 Yes 80. How long, in minutes, is your commute from home to work? ___________ minutes 81. Does the school where your child studies have access to water facilities? 1 No 2 Yes 82. Does the school where your child studies have access to sanitation facilities (toilets)? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 84. 83. How is the condition of the sanitation facilities (toilets) at your school? Very poor Poor Good Very good I do not know 84. In what area is your residence Located? 1 Rural 2 Urban 85. In which Province is your residence located? 1 Kigali City 2 Northern Province 3 Eastern Province 4 Western Province 5 Southern Province 86. In what type of building is your household? 1 House occupied by one household 2 House occupied by several households 3 Story building occupied by one or several households 4 Several buildings in a compound occupied by several households 5 Other type of building 87. With whom do you live in your house? (Please select all that apply) 1 Alone 2 Father 3 Mother 4 Brother/Sister 5 Husband 6 Wife 7 Son/Daughter 8 Other relative 9 Non relative 88. What is the main material of the roof of household? 1 Iron sheets 2 Local tiles 3 Industrial tiles 4 Asbestos 5 Concrete 6 Cartoon/Sheeting 7 Other material 89. What is the main material of the wall of household? 1 Wood/Mud 2 Wood/Cemented mud 3 Sundried bricks 4 Plastic Sheathing/Cardboard 5 Cement Blocks/Concrete 6 Stone 7 Timber 8 Burnt bricks 9 Other materials 90. What is the main material of the floor of household? 1 Earth/Sand 2 Sundried bricks 3 Concrete 4 Stone 5 Timber 6 Other material 91. What is the main type of toilet facility used by the member of the household? 1 Flush toilet/Water Closet (WC) system 2 Private pit Latrine 3 Public pit Latrine 4 Bush 5 None 6 Other 92. What is the main source of water in your household? 1 Internal pipe-born water 2 Pipe-born water in the compound 3 Public tap out of the compound 4 Protected Spring/well 5 Unprotected Spring/well 6 Rain water 7 River 8 Lake/Stream/Pound/Surface water 9 None 10 Other 93. Do you have access to clean water in your household? 1 No 2 Yes 94. What is the main source of energy for lightning in your household? 1 Electricity by EWSA 2 Hydro-electric or other private source 3 Solar power 4 Kerosene lamp 5 Biogas 6 Firewood 7 Generator 8 Paraffin 9 Candle 10 None 11 Other 95. What is the main source of energy used in your household for cooking? 1 Electricity 2 Gas 3 Biogas 4 Kerosene 5 Charcoal 6 Firewood 7 Grass/Leaves 8 Other 96. What is the main mode of waste disposal used in your household? 1 Compost dumping 2 Private dust bins 3 Public refuse dumps 4 In the bush 5 On the farms 6 In a River/Stream/Drain/Gutter 7 Other 97. What is the main mode of sewage disposal in your household? 1 Sump 2 In the courtyard 3 Rivulet/Trench/Channels 4 In the street 5 Main sewer 6 Cesspool 7 Bush 8 None 9 Other 98. Do you have access to paved roads on your way to home? 1 No 2 Yes 99. How is the condition of the roads on your way to home? Very Poor Poor Good Very good Do you have access to a health center or hospital close to your home or school? 100. 1 2 No Yes 101. Do you have any of these assets in functioning condition in your household? No Yes 1 Radio 2 Television 3 Telephone (fixed line) 4 Cellphone 5 Refrigerator/freezer 6 Computer 7 Vehicle 8 Motorcycle 9 Bicycle 102. Does any member of your household have access to internet? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know If you answered No, then skip to question 104. 103. Where do you access to the Internet? (Please select all that apply) 1 From home 2 From work 3 From cyber café 4 Cellphone 5 I do not have access to internet 104. How many rooms are in your household? ______________ 105. How many bedrooms are in your household? __________ 106. How many people live in your household? _____________ 107. What is your relationship to the Head of household? 1 Yourself 2 Spouse 3 Son/Daughter 4 Unrelated child 5 Father/Mother 6 Brother/sister 7 Other relative 8 Non relative Thank you for your time and collaboration!
Parent survey Thank you for participating in this research organized by The Catholic University America in Washington DC. The objective of this study is to determine the overall impact of teaching on students, their families and their post-graduation prospects. Please follow the instructions carefully. Your contribution is crucial to the success of this study. The information provided is confidential. The estimated time to complete the survey is about 30 minutes. Thanks for your feedback. Q1 Identification code Q2 Please check the school your child attend:  DOMINICAN COLLEGE (1)  QUEENS COLLEGE YABA,LAGOS (2)  AGUDA SENIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL (3)  EVA- ADELAJA JUNIOR GIRLS GRAMMAR SCHOOL,BARIGA (4)  FESTAC JUNIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL,FESTAC TOWN (5)  GBAJA JUNIOR BOYS HIGH SCHOOL (6)  GOVERNMENT SENIOR COLLEGE,AGEGE (7)  IJESHATEDO SENIOR BOYS SECONDARY SCHOOL,SANYA (8)  KEKE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, AGEGE (9)  OJODU JUNIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL,OJODU (10)  SANYA JUNIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL,SANYA (11)  VICTORIA ISLAND SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL (12)  EGBEDA MILLENIUM SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL, EGBEDA (13)  LAGOS BAPTIST SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL, ORILE AGEGE (14)  IJAIYE-OJOKORO JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL,IJAIYE (15)  MENDE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, MARYLAND (16)  AKOKA JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL, AKOKA (17)  AKANDE DAHUNSI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (18)  IRETI JUNIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL (19)  LAFIAJI SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (20)  IPONRI- ESTATE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (21)  GOVERNMENT JUNIOR COLLEGE, ERIC MOORE (22)  NEW ERA GIRLS SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL, SURULERE (23)  AMUWO ODOFIN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL, AMUWO ODOFI (24)  FESTAC SENIOR COLLEGE, FESTAC TOWN (25)  AGIDINGBI SENIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL, AGIDINGBI (26)  OGBA JUNIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL, OGBA (27) Q3 Please check the grade and type the section your child attend. Please select one only. Year 1 (1) Year 2 (2) Year 3 (3) Senior Secondary Year 1 (4) Senior secondary year 2 (5) Senior secondary year 3 (6) Q4 How many years has your child been at this school? Q5 How many years of formal education has your child received? Q6 Do you know your child teachers?  Yes (1)  No (2) Q7 Do you regularly communicate with your child's teacher about their performance?  Yes (1)  No (2) Q8 Which specific teachers have you communicated with in the last year? Yes (1) No (2) Math (1)   English Language (2)   Sciences (3)   Histrory (4)   Other (specify) (5)   10 In the past year how many times were you asked at scholl to discuss your child's performance that not a general parent teacher meeting? Q10 How many parent teacher meetings where you invited to during the last acedemic year? Q11 How many meetings did you attend? Q12 What are the reasons that keep you from attending school meetings? Yes (1) No (2) scheduling conflict with work time (1)   you dont think it makes a difference in child performance (2)   nothing importat is ever discussed (3)   other (4)   Q13 Why did you choose to put your child in this school? Yes (1) No (2) Closest to home (1)   Only one i can afford (3)   Only one where grades are admissable (4)   Based on merit (5)   Q14 Do you have morethan one child at this school?  Yes (1)  No (2) Q15 Do the teachers discuss ways in which you can improve your child's performance?  Yes (1)  No (2) Q16 have you implimemted these suggestions?  yes (1)  no (2) Q17 Do you beleive your child's teachers are good role models?  Yes (1)  No (2) Q18 do the teahcers advice you on how to correct your child in case of bad behavior at home?  YES (1)  NO (2) Q19 If yoes do you apply these recomendations?  Yes (1)  No (2) Q20 do teahcers advice you on how to foster your child's desire to stay in school?  yes (1)  no (2) Q21 what are such advices Yes (1) No (2) rewarding of good performances (1)   helping them study (2)   talk interest in what they learn (3)   other (4)   Q22 do you believe the teachers really care about your child's success?  yes (1)  no (2) Q23 do you think your child school is good fir their sucess?  Yes (7)  No (8) Q24 what do you thin of your child's performance over the year?  better over time (1)  stayed the same (2)  worse over time (3) Q25 are you satisfied with your child's current performance  yes (1)  no (2) Q26 do you spend money on school materials?  yes (1)  no (2) Q27 which of the following is available for studying ath home? yes (1) no (2) desk (2)   lamp (3)   book shelf (4)   computer (5)   Q28 does your child have difficulites learning any subjects?  Yes (1)  No (2) Q29 what is the most difficult subject for them? Q30 have you tried to improve their performance?  yes (1)  no (2) Q31 what actions have you undertaken? yes (1) no (2) hired a home teacher (1)   make sure they study longer (2)   help them out yourself (3)   other (4)   Q33 is your home teacher also the teacher from school?  yes (1)  no (2) Q34 what will you do if in the long run their performance does not improve? yes (1) no (2) take them out of school (1)   switch schools (2)   enroll them in technical college (3)   put them to work (4)   Other (5)   Q35 would you consult your child teacher before taking decisions?  Yes (1)  No (2) Q36 does your child tell you about problems they have at school?  Yes (1)  No (2) Q37 do ask your child about problems they have at school?  Yes (10)  No (11) Q38 how do you discipline your child if they misbehave\? Yes (12) No (13) cane or coporal punishment (1)   suspend allowance (2)   verbally repremend them (3)   deprive them of leisure (4)   other (5)   Q39 have you ever contacted the prinicpal or administrator at your child's school?  Yes (25)  No (26) Q40 For what reason? Yes (1) No (2) Acedemics (1)   discipline (2)   other (3)   Q41 would you like your child to attaind univeristy?  Yes (25)  No (26) Q42 do you think university will make a difference in your child's life?  Yes (14)  No (15) Q43 what sort of difference Yes (1) No (2) better chance of getting a job (1)   more likely to make more money (2)   wiser and more enlightened person (3)   mre respected and better valued (4)   Q44 do you encourage your daughters to get educated?  yes (1)  no (2) Q45 if no, why not? yes (1) no (2) over educated women cannot find husbands (1)   girls need to stay home to assit with house work (2)   its better to favor boy's education over girls' (3)   other (4)   Q46 is there a specific career you want them to pursue  Yes (1)  No (2) Q47 what career?  medical feild (1)  engineering (2)  teahing (3)  government (4)  law (5)  the arts (6)  other (7) Q48 do you directly encourage them to follow this feild?  Yes (13)  No (14) Q58 How often do you WEEKLY do the following activities ? it doesnt apply (2) never (3) sometimes (4) frequently (5) Interact (talk, play, share time) with your children (1)     Interact with your spouse (2)     Interact with your parents (3)     Interact with your friends (4)     Interact with your neighbours (5)     interact with coworkers (6)     oraganize activites with other parents (7)     activites realted to faith (8)     Take care of a neighbors’ children (9)     Be a volunteer in your community (10)     Rest (Watching TV, reading, listening to the radio) (11)     Work of the home (cook, clean, wash, shopping) (12)     Organize civic activities, neighborhood meetings, association of neighbors for security, etc. (13)     Organize     charitable activities (14) Participate in charitable activities (15)     Give example to your children of obeying the law (16)     Give example to your siblings of compassion and forgiveness (17)     give example to your children of respect for your spouse (18)     Q59 In the last MONTH how many times have you done the following activities? Never (1) occasionally (2) Sometimes (3) manytimes (4) Help your children to take a decision on a serious problem (1)     Help your children face a friend who is a bad influence (drugs, gangs). (2)     ask your children to think on solutions to problem in the community (3)     Stop cases of bullying. (4)     Show your siblings how to defend themselves and how to ask for help (5)     Encourage your siblings to practice activities to develop their talents (art, music, sports). (6)     teach your children to control your impulses. (7)     Work with teachers to overcome a problem. (8)     Work with teachers to acquire virtues. (9)     talk to your children about     using contraceptive means to prevent pregnancies. (10) Learn from your parents about using contraceptive means to prevent pregnancies. (11)     encourage importance of remain virgin until marriage (12)     Learn your child is addicted to porn (13)     generate trust so that your child my report any case of sexual abuse you witness or suffer. (14)     teach your child how to resist peer pressure (15)     encourage your children Participate in activities of the community (16)     Remind your children on the respect owed to parents and elders (17)     Encourage your siblings to care about the needs of others (18)     teach your children to become agents of change in their family or community (19)     Face problems of violence in your community (20)     monitored your child use of TV (21)     Q60 did you vote during the last presidental election?  Yes (1)  No (2) Q61 have you ever attempted to be elected to any community leadership position?  Yes (7)  No (8) Q62 in your home do you eat as a family?  yes (1)  no (2) Q63 If yes how many times?  0-2 (1)  3 (2)  5-7 (3) Q63 Among your friends, how many present the following characteristics? : Come from broken families (1) Come from families with a single parent (2) Do not live with their parents (3) Work before or after school (4) Do not eat properly at home (5) Suffer from domestic violence (6) Have suffered from sexual abuse (7) Have had problems with the law (8) Use drugs or alcohol (9) Are addicted to pornography (10) Are sexually active (11) Their parents are unemployed (12) Their parents regularly drunk excessively (13) Plan on finishing secondary education (14) Plan on attending a university (15) Their parents are actively involved in the community (16) Q64 sex  Male (5)  Female (6) Q65 age Q66 occupation q67 what is your highest level of education?  none (1)  primary (2)  secondary (junior) (3)  secondary (senior) (4)  wasc/GCE O Level (5)  GCE Alevel (6)  bachelor's degreee (7)  national certificate of education (8)  post grad (9) Q95 What is the highest year completed at this level?  1 (1)  2 (2)  3 (3)  4 (4)  5 (5)  6 (6)  Completed (7) Q68 how many hours do you work per day? Q69 Wht time do you typically come home from work? Q70 Marital status?  single (1)  married (2)  widowed (3)  seprested (4)  divorced (5)  divorced and remarried (6) Q71 number of children  1 (1)  2 (2)  3 (3)  4 (4)  5 (5)  6 (6)  7 (7)  8 or more (8) Q72 What is your ethnic background?  Igbo (1)  Yoruba (2)  Hausa (3)  Kalabar (4)  White (5)  Indian (6)  Other (7) Q73 What is the primary language you speak at home?  English (1)  Pidgin English (creole) (2)  Yoruba (3)  Igbo (4)  Fula (5)  Other (6) Q76 How many jobs do you have?  1 (1)  2 (2)  3 (3)  4 or more (4) Q77 what is your monthly income level  10000 (1)  10000-25000 (2)  25000-40000 (3)  40000-50000 (4)  mrethan 55000 (5) Q96 What material is your house made up of  brick (1)  block (2)  concrete (3)  adobe (4)  wood (5)  metallic print (6)  stone (7)  other (8) Q97 do you have electricity in your house?  yes (1)  No (2) Q98 how many people live in your home Q99 do all of your children go to school? Q100 if no why?  lack of resoureces (1)  dropped out willingly (2)  health issues (3)  invloved in buisness or is employed (4)  there need to be someone to help at home (5)  other (6) Q78 How far away, in minutes by walking, is the closest playground to your house? Q79 do you feel safe in your community?  yes (1)  no (2) Q81 what is your religion?  catholic (1)  other christian (2)  muslim (3)  animist (4)  atheist (5)  other (6) Thank you so much for your feedback. Your help is critical to our research!
INTEL POSITIVO PC IMPACT STUDY Teacher Survey Thank you for participating in this research organized by the Ministry of Education of Rwanda in conjunction with the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. The objective of this study is to determine the overall impact of ICT Integration in Secondary schools in Rwanda. Please follow the instructions carefully. Your contribution is crucial to the success of this study. The information provided is confidential. The estimated time to complete the survey is about 30 minutes. Thank you for your time and collaboration! Before you start the survey, make sure: • • • I. You have signed the consent form. You have an identification code assigned. The consent form and the identification code have been provided by the ICT teacher. Identification 1. Teacher’ Identification code ____________________ 2. Please, select the province where you work. 1 2 3 3 4 City of Kigali Northern Province Eastern Province Western Province Southern Province 3. Please, select the district where you work. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Bugesera Burera Gakenke Gasabo Gatsibo Gicumbi 7 8 9 10 11 12 Gisagara Huye Kamonyi Karongi Kayonza Kicukiro 13 14 15 16 17 18 Kirehe Muhanga Musanze Ngoma Ngororero Nyabihu 19 20 21 22 23 24 Nyagatare Nyamagabe Nyamasheke Nyanza Nyarugenge Nyaruguru 25 26 27 28 29 30 Rubavu Ruhango Rulindo Rusizi Rutsiro Rwamagana 4. You are a: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Technology Integration Specialist/Mentor School Director School Teacher Mother Father Student Family member 5. Please, select the school where you work. Treatment 1 2 3 4 5 Control 6 7 8 9 10 6. Please, select the grade(s) you teach at the school. 1 Primary 1 (P1) 5 Primary 5 (P5) 2 Primary 2 (P2) 6 Primary 6 (P6) 3 Primary 3 (P3) 7 Secondary 1 (S1) 4 Primary 4 (P4) 8 Secondary 2 (S2) 9 10 11 12 Secondary 3 (S3) High School 1 (S4) High School 2 (S5) High School 3 (S6) 7. In which type of school do you teach? 1 Public School (boarding school) 2 Semi-public school (boarding school) 3 Private School (boarding school) 4 Public School (9 to 12 years of basic education) 8. In which type of school do you teach? 1 Only Boys 2 Only Girls 3 Mixed (boys and girls) 9. How many years of formal education have you received? _____________ 10. How many years have you been teaching at this school? _______________ 11. How many years have you been teaching in general? _______________ 12. What is your first language? 1 Kinyarwanda 2 Swahili 3 French 4 English 13. In which language do you teach? (Please select all that apply) 1 Kinyarwanda 2 Swahili 3 French 4 English II. Teacher Training A. Language 14. Have you received training to teach your subject in another language? 1 Yes. Training in English. 2 Yes. Training in French. 3 No If No is selected, then skip to question 21. 15. Who was the sponsor/organizer of the language training you received? No 1 Teacher(s) in the school 2 School hired someone outside the school 3 Church 4 Civic Organization 5 Teacher’s Union 6 Ministry of Education 7 Language training organization 8 Other 16. How long ago did you receive the last of those language trainings? 1 Less than 3 months ago 2 Less than 6 months ago 3 Last year 4 2 years ago 5 4 years ago 6 5 years ago 7 6 years ago 8 7 years ago 9 More than 7 years Yes 17. How long was your total language training period? 1 1 week 5 5 weeks 2 2 weeks 6 6 weeks 3 3 weeks 7 7 weeks 4 4 weeks (1 month) 8 More than 7 weeks 18. Did the language training prepared you enough to effectively teach in another language? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 20. 19. Why was the language training helpful? (Please select all that apply) 1 It was an intensive training. 2 High quality training. 3 I was interested in learning. 4 I reinforced a second (third) language. 5 I learned another language. 6 I became fluent in the language. 20. Why was the language training not helpful? (Please select all that apply) 1 I was not interested in learning. 2 I do not have the aptitude to learn another language 3 I could not learn another language. 4 It was a short training. 5 The material and resources were not helpful to learn a new language. B. One-Laptop-Per-Child 21. Have you heard about the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC)? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 25. 22. Have you received training on how to use the OLPC? 1 No 2 Yes 23. Have you received training on how to integrate OLPC in your classroom? 1 Yes 2 No 24. Did your students receive the OLPC computer? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know C. Intel Teach Training Program 25. Have you received the Intel Teach Training Program? 1 No 2 Yes 26. Have you been trained to be a Trainer-of-Trainers? 1 No 2 Yes If you answered No, skip to Question 46. 27. During the Intel Teach Training Program, were you trained in the use of technology? 1 No 2 Yes 28. During the Intel Teach training Program, were you trained on how to integrate technology in the classroom? 1 No 2 Yes 29. How long was the total Intel Teach Training Program? 1 6 weeks 2 8 weeks 30. On average, how many hours a week did you spend on the Intel Teach Training Program? 1 Less than 4 hours 2 4 – 8 hours 3 9 – 13 hours 4 14 – 18 hours 5 19 – 23 hours 6 24 – 28 hours 7 29 – 32 hours 31. How was apply) 1 2 3 3 4 the Intel Teach Training Program delivered (imparted)? (Please select all that Online Face to face (theory) Face to face (theory and practice) Face to face (theory, practice and demonstrations) Face to face (theory, practice, demonstrations and group work) 32. Did you complete all the Intel Teach Training hours required? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 34. 33. Did you receive the Certificate of Completion from the Intel Teach Training Program? 1 No 2 Yes 34. Why did you not complete the Intel Teach Training? No Yes 1 I was not interested. 2 I was not interested in learning how to teach based on StudentCentered Instruction (21st Century Skills) 3 I had no time to attend the training because I had to work. 4 I did not understand the content of the training program. 5 The training was not helping me because I do not know how to use a computer. 6 The language in which the training was provided. 7 I already know the techniques. 35. During the Intel Teach Training Program, did you learn and understand the 21st Century Skills approach? 1 No 2 Yes 36. After the Intel Teach Training Program, were you ready to implement the Student-Centered Instruction approach (21st Century Skills)? 1 No 2 Yes 37. After the Intel Teach Training Program, were you ready to integrate technology in your teaching? 1 No 2 Yes 38. Was the material covered during the Intel Teach Training relevant for you? 1 No 2 Yes If Yes is selected, then skip to question 40. 39. Why was the material not relevant? No Yes 1 I am not interested on teaching using a computer. 2 I am not interested on teaching based on Student-Centered Instruction (21st Century Skills) 3 My teaching skills do not need improvement. 4 I had not encountered any of the mentioned problems in the training. 5 I knew the material presented already. 6 I do not agree with using technology in the class (Multimedia, Word processing, Spreadsheets) 7 Other 40. Is the Intel Teach Training program helping you as a teacher to improve the quality of your teaching? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I have not integrated what I learned in the training to my teaching yet If you answered No, skip to question 42. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 41. Why is the Intel Teach Training helping you as a teacher to improve the quality of your teaching? No Yes It gives me access to more content. It facilitates students’ learning the subject(s) I teach. It facilitates class engagement through interpersonal and collaborative skills. It helps me improve students’ critical thinking. It helps me improve students’ problem solving abilities. It helps me improve students’ communication abilities. It helps me improve students’ collaboration abilities. It helps me improve students’ visualization abilities. It helps me understand the importance of the use of the technology during class. It helps me increase my productivity as a teacher. It helps me to apply Multimedia software and tools to my teaching activities. It helps me to apply Word processing software and tools to my teaching activities. It helps me to apply Spreadsheet software and tools to my teaching activities. 42. Why is the Intel Teach Training not helping you as a teacher to improve the quality of your teaching? No Yes 1 Intel Teach Training was short. 2 Poor access to internet makes it hard to integrate technology in the classroom 3 School administration is unwilling to cooperate. 4 Students are irresponsive or respond poorly to changes in technology. 5 Teachers and students did not receive an adequate training. 6 The introduction of technology in the classroom does not improve teaching. 7 The introduction of technology in the classroom does not improve learning. 8 Other 43. Having completed your Intel Teach Training, how well prepared are you to do the following activities with your students? Not Prepared at all 1 Incorporate elements of traditional, Teacher-Centered Instruction along with Student-Centered Instruction (21st Century) 2 Integrate technology into your teaching (Multimedia) 3 Support your students in using technology in their schoolwork. 4 Align your teaching and assessments with required curriculum content. 5 Improve students’ critical thinking. 6 Improve students’ problem solving abilities. 7 Improve students’ communication abilities. 8 Improve students’ collaboration abilities. 9 Improve students’ visualization abilities. Somewhat prepared Moderately prepared Very well prepared 44. Who provides support at your school to incorporate the material of the Intel Teach Training in your class preparation? (Please select all that apply) 1 None. 2 The director of the school provides the support. 3 Other teachers provide the support. 4 Both teachers and the director provide the support. 5 Supervisor provides the support. 6 Ministry of Education provides the support. 7 Teachers’ union provides the support. 45. What was your motivation to receive the Intel Teach Training? No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 It was mandatory. I did not have to pay. It is important to take advantage of technology for teaching. I needed preparation to apply technology in teaching. I wanted to update and improve my technology skills. It is my responsibility to be trained. I wanted to improve my teaching skills. I wanted acquire new abilities and techniques to help my students. I wanted acquire new abilities and techniques to help my community. III. Intel Learning Solutions – Implementation 46. Have you received a PBGH computer for your school work? 1 No 2 Yes If you answered No, skip to question 54. 47. Have you received training on how to use the PBGH computer? 1 No 2 Yes 48. Which of the following components are installed in the PBGH computer? No Yes I do not know 1 Windows 2 Linux 3 Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) 4 Educational games 5 Strategy games 6 Camera 7 Internet 8 Thermometer Yes No 9 10 11 Yes I do not know Microscope Calendar e-Textbooks 49. Who keeps the PBGH computers of the students when the students are not at school? 1 I do not know. 2 They get stored in the classroom. 3 They get stored in computer lab. 4 The teachers keep the computers. 5 The School Director keeps the computers. 50. In the smart classrooms, do you have a PBGH computer assigned to the teachers? 1 No 2 Yes 51. If your smart classroom has a PBGH computer assigned to the teacher, do you use it to work when the students are not in class? 1 No 2 Yes 52. On average, how frequently do the students use the PBGH computer when they are not in class? Never Sometimes Frequently Always 53. When there is no electricity, how do you charge the PBGH computers? 1 We do not use the computers. 2 We use them when we have access to electricity to charge the computers. 3 The school is responsible to charge the computers. 4 The students and teachers have to charge the computers at home. 54. Have your students received the PBGH computer? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know 55. Have your students received training on how to use the PBGH computer? 1 No 2 Yes 3 I do not know 56. Have you used any computer to prepare or teach a class before the introduction of the PBGH computer? No Yes 1 To prepare a class 2 To teach a class If you answered No to any question, skip to question 58. 57. Which computer have you used to prepare and/or teach a class? (Please select all that apply) 1 None 2 My personal computer. 3 A computer I share with my family. 4 A computer in the lab at school. 5 A computer from a teacher at school. 6 A computer in a cyber café. 58. If you have not used any computer to prepare and/or teach a class before the introduction of the PBGH computer, why not? (Please select all that apply) 1 I do not believe in the use of computers. 2 I do not need a computer. 3 I do not know how to use a computer. 4 I cannot afford to buy a computer. 59. What did you use or knew how to use in a computer before the introduction of the PBGH computer? No Yes 1 Microsoft Windows operating system 2 Linux operating system 3 Microsoft Word 4 Microsoft Excel 5 Microsoft Power Point 6 Adobe Acrobat Reader 7 Web browser (e.g. Google, Bing, Yahoo) 8 Internet 60. In your school, do you have access to a computer lab? 1 No 2 Yes 61. Does the school have a classroom/computer laboratory with the following technology elements? No Yes 1 Laptops 2 Interactive whiteboard 3 Collaborative spaces 4 Labware for science experiments 5 School server 6 Sound system 7 Projector 8 Screen 9 Internet or Wi-Fi 62. Is your school environment conducive to high academic education standards? 1 No 2 Yes 63. Is your school environment conducive for students learning? 1 No 2 Yes 64. Do you have students with learning disabilities? With learning disabilities 1 None 2 1 – 5 students 3 6 – 10 students 4 More than 10 students With diagnosed learning disabilities 65. How easy will be the transition from printed teaching materials to digital teaching materials? Very Hard Hard Easy Very easy 66. What is the reason of your answer? No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Yes I am not interested on digital teaching. I am not sufficiently fluent in English. It is hard to change the teaching model. I had never use a computer to teach. The digital material was hard to understand. The students are encouraged to use digital learning materials. I have to learn how to teach using technology. The training was helpful and effective for both students and teachers. Additional training was effective for teachers. Teachers were active participants of learning digital materials. 67. Do the teachers and students have technical support at school? 1 No 2 Yes 68. Does the school have access to electricity? 1 No 2 Yes 69. Does the school have access to internet (wireless or broadband)? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 72. 70. In your school, where do you have access to the internet? 1 Just the Director of the school has access 2 In the entire school. 3 In the classroom and in the computer lab. 4 Only in the classroom. 5 Only in the computer lab. 71. How is the internet reception at your school? Very poor Poor Good Very good 72. Is the teachers’ performance evaluated at the end of each trimester regarding the use of digital learning materials? 1 No 2 Yes 73. Is the students’ performance evaluated at the end of each trimester regarding the use of digital learning materials? 1 No 2 Yes 74. How frequently do you incorporate technology as a teaching tool? Never Sometimes Frequently 1 In the classroom. 2 In the assignments for students. 3 In the research projects for students. 4 Outside the classroom (e.g. grading) Always 75. Which of the following components do you use when you incorporate the use of technology in the classroom? No Yes 1 Laptops 2 Interactive whiteboard 3 Collaborative spaces 4 Labware for science experiments 5 School server 6 Sound system 7 Projector 8 Screen 9 Blackboard 76. How often do you use the following learning methods to teach in the classroom? Never Sometimes Frequently Memorizing Repetition Thinking Lectures Discussions Individual exercises/presentations Group exercises/presentations Share interactive material (videos, presentations, links) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 77. Which subject do you teach? (Please, select all that apply) Language (French) 6 Mathematics 11 Music Language (English) 7 Biology 12 Economics Language (Kinyarwanda) 8 Chemistry 13 Computer/ICT Language (Swahili) 9 Physics 14 Accounting Social science 10 Religion 15 History 16 17 18 19 20 Always Sports Geography Art Construction Electricity 1 2 3 4 5 78. In which subjects is it mandatory to use a computer? (Please, select all that apply) Language (French) 6 Mathematics 11 Music 16 Sports Language (English) 7 Biology 12 Economics 17 Geography Language (Kinyarwanda) 8 Chemistry 13 Computer/ICT 18 Art Language (Swahili) 9 Physics 14 Accounting 19 Construction Social science 10 Religion 15 History 20 Electricity IV. Interpersonal Relations and Life at School 79. Which means do you use to communicate with your students? (Please select all that apply) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 None Social media Email Text messages Blackboard Office hours In person (outside school) 80. How would you describe your relationship with _________? No relationship Not good at all Bad School Director Teachers at school Employees at school Students’ parents Students 81. How satisfied are you working at the school? Not satisfied Somewhat satisfied Satisfied Good Very good Very satisfied 82. What makes you satisfied at your work at school? No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Collaboration/relationship with the Director of the school Collaboration/relationship with other teachers Collaboration/relationship between teachers and Director of the school Collaboration/relationship with the students Collaboration/relationship with the students’ parents Location of the school The school facilities (infrastructure) Academic standards Extracurricular activities School values The school has internet Other Yes 83. On average, how much time do you spend in a week on teacher activities (such as grading, preparing classes, writing reports) or projects related to teacher participation? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 - 2 hours 2 – 5 hours 5 – 10 hours 10 – 20 hours 20 – 30 hours 30 – 40 hours More than 40 hours 84. How many students do you teach in total? _______________ 85. Indicate the effectiveness of the following components at school. I do not know 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Communication with Ministry of Education. Communication with the School Director. Communication with fellow teachers. Communication between teachers. Communication with Teachers’ Union. Communication with parents. Communication between parents. Communication with students. Communication between students. Cooperation with Ministry of Education. Cooperation with the School Director. Cooperation with fellow teachers. Cooperation between teachers. Cooperation with parents. Cooperation between parents. Cooperation with students. Cooperation between students. Authorities’ leadership. Not effective Somewhat effective Effective Very effective I do not know 19 Not effective Somewhat effective Effective Very effective Effectiveness in problem solving. Creation of initiatives and plans. Implementation of projects at school. Completion of projects at school. 20 21 22 86. How often do the teachers meet? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Never Once a week Every two weeks Once a month Once every three months Less frequently than 3 times a month Just when we have a problem 87. Do you attend the teacher meetings? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 90. 88. When attending the teacher meetings, how do you participate? No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Listening but not participating. Following the example of the teachers. Educating other teachers. Proposing ideas. Offering support based on my abilities. Offering constructive ideas under discussion reviews. Motivating and encouraging other teachers. Identifying challenges or obstacles in everyday classes. Identifying possible solutions to challenges or obstacles. Yes 89. When attending the teacher meetings, how do other teachers participate? No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 V. Yes Listening but not participating. Following the example of the teachers. Educating other teachers. Proposing ideas. Offering support based on my abilities. Offering constructive ideas under discussion reviews. Motivating and encouraging other teachers. Identifying challenges or obstacles in everyday classes. Identifying possible solutions to challenges or obstacles. Life at home and in the community 90. How often do you do the following activities in a week? It does not apply 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Interact (talk, play, share time) with your children Interact (talk, share time ) with your spouse Interact with your parents Interact with friends from your village Interact with friends from other villages Interact with your neighbors Interact with your fellow teachers and other co-workers Organize activities for parents Listen to radio news or read the newspaper Access to social media Activities related with faith (pray, go to mass or religious service, read the bible or sacred book) Practice sports or exercise Take care of neighbors ‘ children Be a volunteer in your community Rest, watch TV, read, listen to the radio Follow events that affect my community Never Rarely Sometimes Frequently It does not apply 17 Made an effort to get to know the parents of my students (house visits, meeting at church, school events) 18 Work of the home (cook, clean, wash) 19 Help people in the community 20 Organize/participate in civic activities, neighborhood meetings, association of neighbors for security 21 Organize/participate in activities for charity 22 Give example to your students of obeying the law 23 Give example to your students on compassion and forgiveness 24 Give example to your students on respect to others 25 Give example to your children on respect for your spouse 26 Use computer to access information, pay bills, communicate with others 27 Try to encourage others to participate in community service 28 Try to understand how political and social policies or issues affect members in the community 29 Try to have enough influence to impact community decisions 30 Help others to take a decision on a serious problem 31 Help students face a friend who is a bad influence (drugs) 32 Stop cases of bullying 33 Show your students how to defend themselves and how to ask for help 34 Encourage students to practice activities to develop their talents (art, music, sports) 35 Work with other teachers to help a student 36 Talk with students about using contraceptive as a means to prevent pregnancies 37 Encourage students to remain virgin until marriage Never Rarely Sometimes Frequently It does not apply Never Rarely Sometimes 38 Learn some of your students are addicted to pornography 39 Learn some of your students have alcohol problems 91. Did you vote during the last presidential/parliamentary elections? 1 No 2 Yes 92. Have you attempted to be elected in any community leadership position? 1 No 2 Yes 93. In your home, do you eat together as a family? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 95. 94. How many days per week? 1 2 3 VI. 0-2 days 3-4 days 5-7 days Demographics 95. Sex 1 Male 2 Female 96. Age __________ Frequently 97. Level of education: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 None Preschool Primary Secondary Post-Secondary University Master or PhD 98. Highest Certificate or Diploma obtained 1 None 2 CE/FE 3 EMA/ENTA 4 A3/D4/D5 5 A2/D6/D7 6 A1: Bacc/Diploma 7 A0: Bachelor 8 MA: Master 9 PhD: Doctorate 99. Marital Status 1 2 3 4 5 6 100. Religion 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 101. Never married Married Separated Divorced Widowed Divorced and married Catholic Protestant Adventist Muslim Jehovah Witness Tradit/Animist Non Religion Other Number of children 0 3 1 4 2 5 6 7 8 or more 102. What is the primary language you speak at home? 1 Kinyarwanda 2 Swahili 3 French 4 English 103. How many jobs do you have? 1 2 3 4 or more If “1” is selected, then skip to question 105. 104. If you have more than one job, is teaching your second occupation? 1 No 2 Yes 105. How many years have you been teaching in English? _________________ 106. Monthly level of income: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Below Rwf60,000 Rwf60,000 – Rwf70,000 Rwf70,001 – Rwf80,000 Rwf80,001 – Rwf90,000 Rwf90,001 – Rwf100,000 Rwf100,001 – Rwf200,000 More than Rwf200,000 107. Are you happy teaching at this school? 1 No 2 Yes 108. How long, in minutes, is your commute from home to school? _________ minutes 109. Does the school where you work have access to water facilities? 1 No 2 Yes 110. Does the school where you work have access to sanitation facilities (toilets)? 1 No 2 Yes If No is selected, then skip to question 112. 111. How is the condition of the sanitation facilities (toilets) at your school? Very poor Poor Good Very good 112. In which area is your residence located? 1 Rural 2 Urban 113. In which Province is your residence located? 1 Kigali City 2 Northern Province 3 Eastern Province 4 Western Province 5 Southern Province 114. In what type of building is your household? House occupied by one household House occupied by several households Story building occupied by one or several households Several buildings in a compound occupied by several households Other type of building 1 2 3 4 5 115. With whom do you live in your house? (Please select all that apply) 1 Alone 2 Father 3 Mother 4 Brother/Sister 5 Husband 6 Wife 7 Son/Daughter 8 Other relative 9 Non relative 116. What is the main material of the roof of your household? 1 Iron sheets 2 Local tiles 3 Industrial tiles 4 Asbestos 5 Concrete 6 Cartoon/Sheeting 7 Other material 117. What is the main material of the wall of your household? 1 Wood/Mud 2 Wood/Cemented mud 3 Sundried bricks 4 Plastic Sheathing/Cardboard 5 Cement Blocks/Concrete 6 Stone 7 Timber 8 Burnt bricks 9 Other materials 118. What is the main material of the floor of your household? 1 Earth/Sand 2 Sundried bricks 3 Concrete 4 Stone 5 Timber 6 Other material 119. What is the main type of toilet facility used by the member of the household? 1 Flush toilet/Water Closet (WC) system 2 Private pit Latrine 3 Public pit Latrine 4 Bush 5 None 6 Other 120. What is the main source of water in your household? 1 Internal pipe-born water 2 Pipe-born water in the compound 3 Public tap out of the compound 4 Protected Spring/well 5 Unprotected Spring/well 6 Rain water 7 River 8 Lake/Stream/Pound/Surface water 9 None 10 Other 121. Do you have access to clean water in your household? 1 2 No Yes 122. What is the main source of energy for lightning in your household? 1 Electricity by EWSA 2 Hydro-electric or other private source 3 Solar power 4 Kerosene lamp 5 Biogas 6 Firewood 7 Generator 8 Paraffin 9 Candle 10 None 11 Other 123. What is the main source of energy used in your household for cooking? 1 Electricity 2 Gas 3 Biogas 4 Kerosene 5 Charcoal 6 Firewood 7 Grass/Leaves 8 Other 124. What is the main mode of waste disposal used in your household? 1 Compost dumping 2 Private dust bins 3 Public refuse dumps 4 In the bush 5 On the farms 6 In a River/Stream/Drain/Gutter 7 Other 125. What is the main mode of sewage disposal in your household? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Sump In the courtyard Rivulet/Trench/Channels In the street Main sewer Cesspool Bush None Other 126. Do you have access to paved roads on your way to home? 1 2 127. No Yes How is the condition of the roads on your way to home? Very Poor Poor Good Very good Do you have access to a health center or hospital close to your home or school? 128. 1 2 129. No Yes Do you have any of these assets in functioning condition in your household? No Yes 1 Radio 2 Television 3 Telephone (fixed line) 4 Cellphone 5 Refrigerator/freezer 6 Computer 7 Vehicle 8 Motorcycle 9 Bicycle Does you have access to the internet in your household? 1 No 2 Yes If you answered No, skip to Question 132. 130. 131. Where do you access to the internet? (Please select all that apply) 1 From home 2 From school 3 From cyber café 4 Cellphone 5 I do not have access to internet 132. How many rooms are in your household? ______________ 133. How many bedrooms are in your household? __________ 134. How many people live in your household? _____________ 135. What is your relationship to the Head of household? 1 Yourself 2 Spouse 3 Son/Daughter 4 Unrelated child 5 Father/Mother 6 Brother/sister 7 Other relative 8 Non relative Thank you for your time and collaboration!
To Evaluate the Impact of Galilee Family Social Welfare Foundation APPLIED RESEARCH PROJECT PROPOSAL Introduction The original settlers of Taiwan, typically referred as Aborigines, constitute approximately two percent of its population (530,000) and live for, the most part, in Taitung County, which is located in the mountainous region of the South-East coast of Taiwan.1 Their arrival to the region is dated approximately 8,000 years before a major Han immigration (from Mainland China) in the 17th century. They constitute today the lowest income group in the country and they are at a disadvantage economically, education and health wise. Other challenges they faced include low life expectancy, high levels of unemployment (5.07%), which is due to their typically poor skill sets that does not allow them to enter the formal market,2 forced land evictions, dumping of nuclear waste, as well as social problems such as juvenile delinquent, alcoholism, drugs, public security, gambling, high levels of suicide, and prostitution (to obtained cash, parents sell their daughters into child prostitution.) Non-aboriginal family income is 2.3 times that of an aboriginal family.3 Children from these families make up 10.4% of all student dropouts even though they comprise just 1.83% of all students in the country. There has been little available vocational training to help them acquire marketable skills. Because of their low levels of education, Aborigines have found themselves unable to compete in the job market. Young people are forced to leave their villages so to seek unskilled or low-skilled jobs in urban areas. These manufacturing and construction jobs are generally available for them but they pay very low wages. Galilee Family Social Welfare Foundation (Galilee) is a Taiwanese non-for-profit organization that provides a variety of services to people in need. From 2010 to now, Galilee staffs have worked with hundreds of indigenous peoples, including children, women and families to help improve their lives. Some of these programs include juvenile delinquent recovery, woman’s accompaniment, family support services, and family strengthening courses. We proposed to evaluate the impact of Galilee on the lives of the beneficiaries, their families and communities. Research Framework 1 2014 Taiwan population Statistics, Bureau of Statistics of Taiwan. Council of Indigenous Peoples, 2011 3 Council of Indigenous Peoples, 2011 2 Taitung County is the 3rd largest county in Taiwan but it holds the lowest average family income in the cocvfuntry. The aborigines population is composed of four tribes distributed among three townships of Taitung County: Daren, Jinfeng, and Taimali. The first two are mountain indigenous townships, while the latter is a rural township. The education attainment of the resident population aged 15 years and older in the three townships is very low for Taiwan standards. Elementary and lower was around 37% to 43%; junior high school was around 20% to 22%; senior high school or vocational school was 22% to 27%, college/university and higher was 10% to 12%. Unemployment in Daren, Jingfeng and Taimali was 45%, 40% and 44% respectively. These townships, as previously mentioned, also faced serious social problems. These social problems have been attributed to the deterioration of the family system and a poor education system. In order to narrow the gap between the indigenous peoples and the general population, the Taiwanese government has encouraged non-governmental organizations and other civic organizations to provide assistance to this population. Galilee Family Social Welfare Foundation is one of these organizations providing assistance to indigenous. It does so in villages or communities around Daren, Jingfeng and Taimali. Galilee has been providing a variety of services that seek to strengthen human and social capital in order to meet population needs since 2010. Chou (1995) and more recently Kumar (2015) find that a Neo-Classical model expanded to include human capital, as proposed by Mankiw, Romer, and Weil (1992) (MRW) explains well its phenomenal growth of the early 1980s and thereafter. Human capital specifically, it is shown to have played a key role in the country rapid economic expansion. Aguirre (2006 and 2007) and Aguirre et al (2013, and 2015) among others, find strong empirical evidence across countries between family structures and the development or lack thereof of social and human capital as well as the link between the latter and sustainable development. As Galilee’s intervention seeks to strengthen both human and social capital, there seems to be sufficient evidence to support such intervention both at the theoretical and empirical level. The impact evaluation being proposed will be carried out using an integral approach to economic development as well as to impact evaluation as proposed by (Aguirre 2011 and 2013). At the core of this methodology is the person’s social dimension in which he or she maximizes in the economic decision process. The person does not act as self-utility maximize, but as a social person. This approach accounts for interpersonal-relational dimensions of economic actions, as the way persons interact can help or jeopardize sustainable development. Agents can be positive or negative agents of change. Therefore, the integral approach focuses on the direct beneficiaries of interventions and the interpersonal relationships around them and seeks to identify effective channels of relationships that make economic development sustainable. When evaluating an intervention, this approach seeks measurement beyond the direct or immediate impact (e.g., participants’ knowledge of what a healthy relationship means) by expanding the definition of success to include impact on the quality of life of its beneficiaries, their families, and their communities. This approach requires measuring changes in the way of life and actions of those benefiting from a program. This way of life should reflect the dignity all human beings possess as well as how they live out social and civic responsibilities. Thus, primacy is given to “action” when measuring. To achieve this, the integral approach uses four tools: behavioral and experimental economics, survey design, market research techniques modified to allow a rigorous quantitative analysis, and econometrics. In the decision making process the integral approach offers a more complex understanding of maximization than self-utility. Economic agents are seen as persons who are social by nature and maximize as such. Program to Be Evaluated and Location Galilee Family Social Welfare Foundation began its work in Taitung County in May of 2010. It operates as a subsidiary of Dongji Public Welfare who, in partnership with Taitung Christian Hospitals and Taitung Christian Communities provides active assistance in the region. Galilee seeks to maintain a Christ-centered environment through their staff and leadership, who strives to live a life-transforming faith in Christ and a commitment to modeling that faith and life change in the indigenous community. They try to the biblical principle of “ where there is a need, there we go.” Through engaging indigenous people, Galilee won the trust among indigenous tribes and has become a favorable promoter to life happiness. Galiee work is manifold. With adolescents they provide when needed psychological counseling, hosts school activities to teach self-respect and delinquency prevention, and works with juveniles in detention centers. Galilee also provides women with sex education on campuses, provides accompaniment to women through the creation of women groups and it also provides volunteers with training so to assist the different populations they serve. They also provide recovery programs for drug, alcohol, and gambling addicts by family support services and family management courses. These programs to children, women, and families that Galilee carried out in 2016 will be the matter of our evaluation. Galilee Foundation works with four tribes in Taitung County. These are the Taiban, Xinghua (both live in Daren Township); Xingxing (who live in Jinfeng Twonship); and the Wenquan (Taimali Township) tribes. . Table 1 presents enumerates the different populations and subgroups being served as well as the programs provided by Galilee to each subgtoup Population and Potential Sample Size In 2016, Galilee foundation served 250 people. All 250 people constitute our potential sample size for the treatment group and all 250 will be included in the sample. In 2017, a new community of another 250 people will be served in some new villages across the townships previously mentioned. These second group will constitute our control groups. Table 1 Program Offered by Galilee Evaluate Tribe Name Evaluate Location Evaluate Group Children Taiban Tribe Xinghua Tribe Xingxing Tribe Wenquan Tribe Daren Township Jinfeng Township Evaluate Context Juvenile delinquent care Women & Children Activities Women Taimali Township women's accompaniment Family Support Services Program Family Family Management Courses In both cases the baseline will need to be reconstructed by means of recalling. Recalled data will be validated by using Survey of Income and Expenditures of 2015. The most recent census available is from 2010, which was the year in which Galillee began working in the region, thus providing an additional source of comparability between the two groups validation. Literature Review Several authors have study the aborigines’ history and conditions in Taiwan. (Dixon & Scheurell, 1995) find that these aborigines have similar histories and find themselves in similar situations than other aborigines around the world. They often their lands have been colonized, they have suffered political subjugation, neglect, separation, and cultural marginalization Hsu (2009) report that most of Taiwanese aborigines face socioeconomic problems and therefore live in poverty, and sustain high unemployment rates. Although the Taiwanese Government have adopted various policies and services to cope with indigenous problems, the various inequalities and barriers for aborigines attempting to access health and social care services remain in place. Teyra (2015), Chen et al (2014), and Yen et al (2006), among others, explore the problem of alcoholism among indigenous Taiwanese. They find that the prevalence of indigenous alcohol youth is two times higher than the national average in Taiwan. Alcohol-involved accidental injuries and illness are now the leading cause of death among Taiwanese indigenous people. They also find that when individuals are knowledgeable about alcohol-related health issues, their families generally function better. Weng et al (2016) report that the number of juvenile suspects in criminal investigations has grown over the past decade, even as the population of young Taiwanese continues to decrease, indicating that today’s youth are struggling to face increasing societal and psychological pressures. Juvenile crime tripled between 2005 and 2010. In 2000, over a third of drug-related offenses and sexual offenses were committed by youth. The rise in juvenile delinquency was mainly caused by “psychological factors,” including a lack of self-restraint, disorderly personalities and a lack of basic knowledge of the law. “Parents’ being unaware of where their children hang out after school is the main cause behind these two offenses. Pei-Yuen Tsai, (2008). Also the rise in juvenile delinquency has been attributed to the deterioration of the family system and the competitive education system in Taiwan. Fathers spend more time away from the home, and single-parent homes have increased. Many 15 years old children have nowhere to go after finishing their nine years of compulsory education. At the same time, although increasing labor market participation of women contributes to the growth of the economy and government revenues, it also brings the pressures of care to families. Thus, a “care gap” has been generated and it is more difficult for families to provide care for children. Weng (2016) indicate that aboriginal adolescents experience more serious mental health problems than the adolescents living in the general population, including racial discrimination and growing up under particularly stressful circumstances. Family adversity, including low socioeconomic status, family disruption, family criminality, and poor family health have all been suggested to be responsible for increasing the risk of developing psychopathology among adolescents. Aboriginal adolescents feature more severe psychopathology than non-aboriginal adolescents, and indicated that females and adolescents perceiving higher levels of family conflict and lower family support were more likely to experience more severe psychopathology than those perceiving the contrary. Research has also indicated that adolescents are at greatest risk for divorce-related problems both during the divorce crisis and for a time after their parents separate, with significant recovery occurring for the majority of youth by one to two years after the separation. In Taiwan, children whose parents are divorced often grow up in the care of their grandparents or other family members. Therefore, any intervention to the aboriginal adolescents that aims to improve the mental health of adolescents living in impoverished regions must take into consideration their ethnicity, gender, and family context when devising such treatment strategies. No impact evaluations have been found on any of the interventions being carried out in Taitung country using integral development methodologies or otherwise. The proposed study will be the first on of its kind. Notwithstanding cultural and institutional differences, the impact evaluation of Aguirre (2013) of N’Qatoqui, a civic education intervention based on values, could be of assistance for this work. The imapct evaluation was carried out in poor indigenous households and children in a high crime zone of Guatemala. Another relevant evaluation for this study was found on Aguirre and Cruz (2013), where a community development intervention for poor indigenous communities in the highlands of Guatemala was evaluated. These communities are similar in size, are agricultural communities and live in remote areas. Albeit the poverty level in the communities of Taiwan are not as stricken, they share similar characteristics and programmatic components. Structure of the Evaluation The structure of the evaluation will be defined by the structure of the different interventions carried out by Galilee. In order to be able to map relevant parties the survey will begin with an identification section. Three specific beneficiaries groups and their families will be included in the study: adolescents, juvenile delinquents, and women. Aspects of community engagements, training and implementation of the different programs previously described will be included in the evaluation. Also long-term impacts such as quality of life, social and civic responsibility will be evaluated. The last section will collect demographic data. Sample Design Because Galilee is not a very big foundation and it didn’t serve a large number of people, we will use all the population of 250 peoples served. As previously mentioned, the 2017 new 250 people served in new communities will constitute our treatment. . Since the participation in this program is voluntary and based on personal relations, the population engaged could suffer of self-selection bias. The use of treatment and control groups that have been or will be part of the programs allows for the neutralization of this sample error. Data Collection Methods and Justification We will use on-line Qualtrics surveys on Mandarin that will be distributed via tablets and or computers and cell phones. Three different surveys will be distributed: beneficieries, their families, and trainners/volunteers for each of the activities. Analysis Methodology I will use multi-variable regression analysis to analyze the data collected from our surveys. OLS, ordered Probit, Logit, and Tobit methods will be used as appropriate. Preliminary Bibliography Aguirre, Maria Sophia, (2006). “The Family and Economic Development: Socioeconomic Relevance and Policy Design”, in The Family in the New Millennium, Scott Love and Thomas Holman (eds.), London: Praeger Perspectives. Aguirre, Maria Sophia, (2007). Determinants of Economic Growth: The Case of Guatemala, Guatemala: FADEP. Aguirre, Maria Sophia, (2013). "An Integral Approach to an Economic Perspective: The Case of Measuring Impact", Journal of Markets and Morality 16:1: 53-67 Aguirre, Maria Sophia, (2013). “An Impact Evaluation of the Educational Program On Civic Values in Nqatoqi’: An Integral Approach”, IEP Reports, n.1. Aguirre, Sophia Maria, (2011). “Achieving Sustainable Development: An Integral Approach to an Economics Perspective”, in The Ethics of Sustainable Development, Luis G. Franceschi (ed), Strathmore University Press Aguirre, Maria Sophia and Reza Saidi, (2013). "Family Structure and Wealth in the Muslim World" , Doha International Institute for Family Studies and Development, Dubai. Aguirre, Maria Sophia, Lauren Harper, and Samantha Hawkins, (2015). “Family Structure’s Effects on Social Capital and Human Capital in Guatemala”, in Family and Sustainable Development, Montserrat Gas and Aixendri Rita Cavalloti (ed), New York: Thomson Reuters. Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association :” Alcoholism Related Genetics Research Involving Taiwan Aborigines As a New Terrain of Settler Colonialism.” Chen, Ching-Hsin, Yu-Chen Chang, Yu-Hui Hsieh, Yi-Chun Chen, Ya-Chun Huang, and HsienWen Kuo (2014), “The Association Between Drinking Habits and Family Relationships in 3 Villages of Indigenous Taiwanese.” Choe, Ji (1995). “Old and New Development Models: The Taiwanese Experience”, in Growth Theories in Light of the East Asian Experience, Takatoshi Ito and Anne O. Krueger (eds), Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Dixon, J. & Scheurell, R. P. 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