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What is it about?

This Dimension is about the interactions between school students, teachers and students and creating spaces for discussions and exchange. The topic of bullying, mobbing and discriminating speech are also important.

Completing the questionnaire will allow you to evaluate to which extent the Social Interaction compliance is attained in your institution.


Explanation of the term personal background:

In the Questionnaire, you are going to find the term “personal background”. We use this term as a container for individual character, gender, race, religion, socio-economic, migration background, refugee background, allergies and food intolerance, nutritional preferences (vegetarians, vegans …) and age. Every time you read the term, please be aware of all these characteristics.

Please select the options that represent better your current situation
: Yes, if your situation is represented by the question statement No, when such statement does not represent your situation You can also answer N/A if you think that requirement presented in the statement does not apply for your institution

Social Interaction 2nd Dimension 6.5.2020
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Questions                                                         Yes                                No                            Don´t know or No Applicable
1. Is support for school students understood as a right rather than a privilege or a stigma? *
2. Are there enough opportunities for students to work together joint projects, collaborative homework, ...)? *
3. Do school students feel responsible for helping others to overcome difficulties in class? *
4. Does support for behavioral difficulties aim to identify obstacles for learning and participation in school structures and cultures as well as school practices? *
5. Are there conscious activities to make visible the connection between the behaviour of boys and male role models and stereotypes? *
6. Are there conscious activities to make visible the connection between the behaviour of girls and female role models and stereotypes? *
7. Are you aware that traumatic experiences may lead to challenging behavior and behavioral difficulties? *
8. Do the students oppose racist, sexist, homophobic, disability specific and other forms of discriminatory bullying? *
9. Is there a strategy how to deal with bullying, violence or conflicts? *
10. Are there possibilities for staff members, parents and school students to report bullying safely and anonymously? *