Teacher's Perception of School Climate and their Attitudes towards Ethnic Minority Students
1. Information for Teacher & Teacher's Consent Form
Thank you for taking the time to consider your participation in this online survey about bullying, victimisation, and school climate. We have provided some information about this survey here. If you would like any more information you can contact the researchers at firstname.lastname@example.org
PLAIN LANGUAGE STATEMENT
What is this survey about?
It is aimed at understanding school teachers’ perception of school climate and their attitudes towards ethnic minority students (particularly those from the Roma community).
What are the benefits of this survey?
Bullying is a growing concern for teachers, parents, and students. Ethnic minority students who perceive or experience negative attitudes or discrimination at school are more likely to suffer from social and emotional health problems as they grow older. This survey is imperative, so we can try to tackle this problem and work to create interventions to reduce negative experiences for all children in our schools.
What do you have to do?
If you consent to your participation in this survey, you will be brought to the next page about data privacy. If you consent to the data privacy, the survey will take about 10-15 minutes to complete.
What are the risks?
This survey has no expected risk to participants.
Is it confidential? Will my school or my name be mentioned?
There is NO way of identifying your responses, name, or school from the other participating teachers. All information will be anonymous and confidential. In addition, no effort will be made to compare you to any other. The results will only give us a general idea of this issue in our schools. It will provide us with NO specific details about you.