Vision for Science and Mathematics Education 5-19

This survey is part of the Institute of Education's work for The Royal Society project “Vision for Science and Mathematics Education 5-19”.

The Royal Society’s objectives include support for the development of a world class education system in science and mathematics as a contribution both to research and to UK economic competitiveness. The current research is aimed at helping to redress identified shortcomings in current provision relating to teachers and the science and mathematics workforce, leadership and ethos within schools and colleges, infrastructure and accountability.

This survey is open to all those teaching maths and science to students from age 5 to 19. We welcome contributions from teachers in primary and secondary schools, FE colleges, academies, grammar and private schools.

However, not all questions will be relevant to all respondents, so do please feel free to only answer those questions which apply to you and your teaching situation.

There are 29 questions and it should take around 10 minutes to complete. Your data will help us to find out more about how mathematics and science is organised in a wide variety of schools across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Please share this link with any colleagues.

We would appreciate if you would complete the survey no later than the 21st November 2012.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions and many thanks for your support.

https://www.surveygizmo.co.uk/s3/1071391/Survey-for-teachers-of-Mathematics-and-science

 

Best wishes,
Brian Creese
Research & Development Officer
Institute of Education
Email: b.creese@ioe.ac.uk