Online research for parents and teachers
p-consulting.gr, as a member of the research group of the European project “PRO-LEARN – Fostering children’s learning process and cognitive abilities through holistic approach and innovative methods”, is conducting an Online research for parents and teachers regarding learning styles and cognitive process of children 6-10 years old.
The overall goal of PRO-LEARN project is to help teachers and parents provide children specific targeted support to cope with emotional, social or educational difficulties and to remain in education and training. The tools that will be developed during the project will have a positive effect on the school dropout rate by improving the learning process and providing teachers with tools to differentiate their teaching methods.
Among the tools which will be developed, there is an electronic tool for the assessment of cognitive functions and preferred learning styles of children 6- 10 years old.
Aim of the research
The aim of the online research is the data collection from teachers and parents of children 6-10 years old, regarding the assessment of cognitive functions and the preferred learning styles of children.
The results of the research will be used for the final development of the electronic for the assessment of cognitive functions and preferred learning styles of children 6- 10 years old. This tool will be useful for teachers and parents, to support children in the learning process.
The research is taking place in Greece, Italy, Poland, Romania and Cyprus. The aim is to collect at minimum 1.000 answers from teachers and 1.000 answers from parents.
How can I participate?
The questionnaire is available online from any electronic device.
You can participate to our online research through the following link: Online Survey
The information provided will be recorded anonymously and will be used solely by the PRO-LEARN project working team. It will not in any way be possible to match the information given in the questionnaire to the physical person filling it in or to the child being assessed.
For further information, do not hesitate to contact us either via mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at +30 2611.811.200.