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Title: Democracy - analyzing and advancing democratic structures in European schools


1
Democracy - analyzing and advancing democratic
structures in European schools
  • COMENIUS 2011 - 2013

2
2. Meeting in Velletri/ Italy23. 27. April
2012Evaluation of the questionaire

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Participants of the questionaireparents 50stu
dents 55teachers 20
4
3t
  • Your age is?
  • 65 of the answering teachers are older than 40
    years
  • This is not the average age of our kollegium
  • Interest in comenius?
  • Interest in democracy?

5
4s
  • Only 34 of the students have the native
    language German

6
4t

31 - 60
61 - 100
  • In most of our classes are more than 60 of
    students
  • without mothers language German

7
5tps
8
216s/217s
9
Do you think its important/ interesting to
learn about democracy?
16pts
  • 100 of the teachers think its important, but
    only 85 think its interesting
  • 93 of the parents think its important, but only
    80 think its interesting
  • 67 of the students think its important, but
    only 58 think its interesting
  • Lessons are not interesting enough?

10
6ps
  • Which democratic institutions at your school do
    you know?
  • Not all democratic institutions at school are
    well known by
  • students and parents like
  • the commitee of representatives of teachers,
    parents and students (p 4, s 11)
  • disciplinary commitee (p 38, s 44)
  • class parents speaker (p 51, s 37)
  • Less information?

11
8ps
  • In which of these institutions would you like to
    participate?
  • 32 of 50 parents do not want to participate in
    any institution
  • 18 of 55 students do not want to participate in
    any institution
  • no interest in active participation

12
13ps
13
What decisions would you like to be involved in?
11p
  • 50 of the parents do not want to be involved in
    any decision
  • 36 would like to be involved in the choice of
    teachers
  • parents are not satisfied with the teachers?

14
11ts
15
What decisions are you involved in?
9pst
  • All (70 85 of the teachers, parents and
    students) are involved in planning excursions
  • Most of the students are involved in the seating
    arrangement (54)

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Additional democratic decisions students
are/should be involved in
10/12ts
  • book orders for the library
  • choice of the workpieces to do
  • choice of the meals to cook
  • duties in class/school
  • planning of school events
  • Students want to work as school mediators

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Which decisions would you like to be involved in?
13t
  • More than 50 of the teachers would like to be
    involved in every item of this questionary
  • The most (85) named items are
  • choice of curriculum
  • choice of school projects
  • choice of formation of classes
  • Teachers are discontented with the curriculum.
  • Not every teacher is informed about all running
    projects.
  • Less of transparency of forming classes

18
Where did you experience democratic behaviour for
the first time?
15ps
  • Most of the parents at school (41)
  • Most of the students at home (56)
  • times are changing?

19
What are you doing, if your opinion is not the
mayority
14ps
20
Democratic teaching methods
15t
  • Learning cycle (90)
  • Self organized learning (85)
  • Learning circle (70)
  • Learning by teaching approach (65)
  • Learning through role playing (65)
  • Open learning (55)

21
Do you know people personally who are politically
active?
18ps
  • Only a quarter of parents and students know
    someone
  • politicians are not present enough?

22
Democratic role models
19 20 pts
  • Parents 16
  • former chancellors of Germany (5), Mandela (1),
    Gorbatschow (1), Obama (1)
  • all politicians are criminal (1)
  • Students 32
  • Obama (6), German chancellors (4), classteacher
    (4), parents (2), city mayor (1), Honecker
    (1)(president GDR)
  • 2 no one, because they are disappointed by
    persons of authority
  • Teachers 35
  • Former chancellors (3), former presidents (3),
    Ghandi (1), Mandela (1), Havel (1)
  • Are there too little democratic role models?
  • Is there too little interest in politics?

23
Who decides in your family about
212223ps
  • the students as well as the parents (75) decide
    together about the items
  • Lived democracy in the families or ?

24
Which problems could be solved
24pst
25
25tps
  • no advantages
  • 20 of students, 23 of parents, 35 of
    teachers
  • Optimistic students pessimistic teachers?

26
Thank you for your attention!
Irene, Elke and Winni
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