The National Trust for Scotland is looking to build its formal learning programme and has commissioned a research project that explores the motivations of teachers and administrators planning a visit to a historic site. They would like to understand how the NTS can proactively connect with schools, encourage them to use their resources and what… Continue reading National Trust for Scotland Learning Survey
East Lothian Youth Council would like your views on how young people are treated when out and about in East Lothian • What do you think of the places you use? • How can we make them more youth-friendly and accessible? • Give us your feed back We will have an Award for the most… Continue reading East Lothian youth friendly zones
It’s time for the annual Glow user survey, run by RM for LTS. You’ll find it on the national Glow site here (Glow login required). Here’s their invitation: We would like to know what you think about Glow, how you are using it and any suggestions for improvement. Your responses will help shape the user experience within Glow. Anything you… Continue reading Enter Glow User Survey 2011 – and maybe win a prize!
Film: 21st Century Literacy is conducting a survey to assess the impact of using film in primary and secondary education and they need your help. We need to talk to teachers from primary and secondary classes in the UK who have been involved in filmmaking and/or film watching projects in the last few years. The questionnaire… Continue reading Help “Film:21st Century Literacy” with Film Benefits Survey
Can you help Young Scot’s “Voice Against Violence” group gather data on young people’s views and experience of domestic abuse? We have a new survey on our national consultation toolkit (Young Scot Says Who – www.youngscotsayswho.org), which has been created by Voice Against Violence who are a group of young people who have firsthand experience… Continue reading Young Scot: National Young People’s Domestic Abuse Survey