Page 1: Introduction to survey

Introduction

This questionnaire is part of a doctoral research project by Max Weedon at the University of the West of England, Bristol.  Full details about this project can be found on the information sheet attached to this survey here.

The aim of this questionnaire is to find out more about the views of education professionals regarding the effects of two UK government policies: The 'Prevent duty' and the duty to promote 'Fundamental British Values'.  By finding out the views of education professionals the research aims to facilitate a better understanding of how to improve and implement these policies, hopefully to benefit policy makers, education professionals and students.

It should take no longer than 5-10 minutes to complete.

The researcher is primarily interested in areas that fall into the following broad categories:

  • Professional role and identity

  • Teaching and Learning

Any information that you provide will be held securely and will remain confidential to the project team. The data generated by the questionnaire is anonymous, the information you provide will not be shared directly with anyone else - it will only be shared in coded and aggregated forms. You and your institution will not be identifiable in any extracts that we publish and you/your institution will not be identifiable from any information used.  We will delete all information collected after the summation of the doctorate.

Participants have until 31st March 2019 to complete the questionnaire.  If you complete the survey, but then wish to withdraw your information, you are free to do so until the 30th April 2019 by contacting the principal researcher on max2.weedon@live.uwe.ac.uk using the same email address used in the survey.

 

1.1. I have read the attached information sheet and give consent for my answers to be used for this research project. Required

Please enter a valid email address.

c.1.c. In which areas of education do you work? (tick as many as apply)
2.2. Region(s) where you work
3.3. Which of the following best describes your role in education? (tick all that apply)
4.4. Years working in the education sector.