* 1. How did you first learn about the StopGap School Program?

* 2. In your classroom, have you done a hands-on project about accessibility?

* 3. How familiar are you with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)?

1 Familiarity (where 1 means "unfamiliar" and 7 means "very familiar")
i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

* 4. In your opinion, how accessible is your school's community (meaning the neighbourhood) to people with physical disabilities?

1 Accessibility (where 1 means "very inaccessible" and 7 means "very accessible"
i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

* 5. In your opinion, are your students aware of the challenges that barriers create for people with physical disabilities?

1 Awareness (where 1 means "unaware" and 7 means "very high awareness")
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* 6. In your opinion, how willing would your students be to assist someone facing a physical barrier?

1 Willingness (where 1 means unwilling and 7 means "very willing")
i We adjusted the number you entered based on the slider’s scale.

* 7. In your opinion, how willing would your students be to advocate for change?

1 Willingness (where 1 means "unwilling" and 7 means "very willing")
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* 8. In what grade are the students participating in the StopGap Student Program

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