The percentage of my teachers who make me feel that they really care about me.






The percentage of my teachers who seem to know if something is bothering me.






The percentage of my teachers who really try to understand how students feel about things.






The percentage of my classes where student behavior is under control.






The percentage of my classes that I dislike because of the way other students behave.






The percentage of my classes that seem to make the teacher angry.






The percentage of my classes where student behavior is a problem.






The percentage of my classes where my classmates behave the way my teacher wants them to.






The percentage of my classes where students treat the teacher with respect.






The percentage of my classes that stay busy and don’t waste time.






The percentage of my teachers who explain things another way if I don’t understand something.






The percentage of my teachers who know when the class understands, and when we do not.






The percentage of my teachers who think we understand even when we don't.






The percentage of my teachers who have several good ways to explain each topic that we cover in class.






The percentage of my teachers explain difficult things clearly.






The percentage of my teachers who ask questions to be sure we are following along when s/he is teaching.






The percentage of my teachers who ask students to explain more about answers they give.






The percentage of my teachers who accept nothing less than our full effort.






The percentage of my teachers who don’t let people give up when the work gets hard.






The percentage of my teachers who want us to use our thinking skills, not just memorize things.






The percentage of my teachers who want me to explain my answers—why I think what I think.






The percentage of my classes where we learn a lot almost every day.






The percentage of my classes where we learn to correct our mistakes.






The percentage of classes that do not keep my attention—I get bored.






The percentage of my teachers’ who make learning enjoyable.






The percentage of my teachers’ who make lessons interesting.






The percentage of classes where I like the ways we learn.






The percentage of my teachers’ who want us to share our thoughts.






The percentage of my classes where students get to decide how activities are done.






The percentage of my teachers’ who respect my ideas and suggestions.






The percentage of my teachers’ who post learning targets and help us achieve them.






The percentage of my teachers’ who take the time to summarize what we learn each day.






The percentage of my teachers’ who check to make sure we understand what s/he is teaching us.






The percentage of my teachers’ who give helpful comments to let us know what we did wrong on assignments.





