Bullying Post-test

Bullying Unit Post-test

 
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Please complete the survey below by answering all the questions. Read each question carefully. Think about the things you learned during the bullying unit when you are answering the questions. The questions are similar to the pre-test you took and some additional questions have been added. Your name will not be on this survey. Please answer as honestly as possible.
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1. I am a.....
2. How much do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements?
Strongly DisagreeDisagreeAgreeStrongly Agree
I am happy to be at this school.
I feel close to people at this school.
I feel safe at this school.
Before I say or do something, I think about how it will affect other people.
It is important that people are treated fairly.
I would feel comfortable eating lunch with students from many different groups.
The adults at this school are kind and care about me.
I would like to do something to reduce teasing, bullying, and other kinds or mistreatment at school.
People my age can make a big difference in their school.
I feel like I have learned some strategies that I can use to help decrease bullying when I see it.
3. How often, since you started the bullying unit, did you notice other students:
NeverRarely (less than once a week)Sometimes (a few times a week)Often (at least once a day)
Leaving another student out of a conversation, game, or activity...
Spreading mean rumors or gossip about another student...
Using words, looks, or hand motions to make another student feel bad...
Scaring or threatening another student...
Tripping, kicking, hitting, or physically hurting another student...
4. If you have seem others being bullied, where did the bullying take place? (Check all that apply.)
5. Since you started the bullying unit, how often have you done the following things?
NeverRarely (less than once a week)Sometimes (a few times a week)Often (at least once a day)
I left another student out of a game, talk or activity...
I said or did something mean to antoher student (teased, put down, or told a hurtful rumor)...
I threatened or scared another student...
I pushed, hit, kicked, or physically hurt another student...
I felt like I should have stood up for someone who was being teased or pushed around, but I did not...
6. How often, since you started the bullying unit, have you said or done the following things?
NeverRarely (less than once a week)Sometimes (a few times a week)Often (at least once a day)
I showed care and concern for the student whose feelings had been hurt.
I told a student to think about how their words or actions make other people feel.
I told a student to think about the consequences of their actions(what might happen to him or her).
I said something nice about a student who was being put down, called a bad name, or teased.
I saw or heard a student being mean and told that student to stop.
I changed the subject so that the student would stop picking on another student.
I got an adult to help handle a situation I didn't think I could handle myself.
7. What kinds of bullying do you see happen at school? (Check all that apply.)
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8. Since the start of the unit on bullying, how has bullying in sixth grade changed?
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9. Complete the following sentence. Type your answer in the box below.
The one thing I want everyone to know about bullying is...
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10. How many of these survey questions did you answer honestly?
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