Student PYP Exhibition Surveys
Please consider supporting our PYP Exhibition students by filling out a short survey. This will enable them to collect and interpret data from a large sample size.
As part of the Grade 6 Exhibition process, students are collecting and interpreting data on the perspectives of their chosen topics. We would appreciate if you could spend five minutes filling out one, some or all of these short surveys to enable our students to collect as much data as possible!
- Robotics/ Artificial Intelligence
- Educational Pressure
- Gender Stereotyping 1) in education; 2) in the workplace; 3) in the family
Please feel free to forward these survey links to your students, family, and friends as the groups would like to gather as much data as possible from as wide a sample as possible to enable them to slice the data and compare answers from different groups of people.
Please visit the Seisen PYP Exhibition website here.
Thank you for your support!
Grade 6 Exhibition Team
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