Part 1. Perceptions of Self, School, and Community.
All responses will remain completely confidential. Neither your partner FFA Chapter nor National FFA will have access to your individual responses on these items.
For the statements below about your grant project experience, indicate how much you agree with the statements by selecting the answer that best matches your choice.
*Everyone should find time to contribute to their community.
*I feel I have the qualities to be successful in my community.
*I have influence over what this community is like.
*I can make a difference in my community and in my world.
*I believe that teachers have the power to transform their students' lives.
*This project has helped me to reconsider how I work with students and schools.
*I think the community is a good place to work.
*I think the community is a good place for students to learn.
*If there is a problem in this community, people who live here can solve it.
*I feel I have a positive impact on the community in which I live.
*Schools have the power to help a community grow.
*In general, schools prepare students well for their futures.
*Schools need to link learning to experiences in the community.
*I believe that students need to learn from members of the community.
*It is my responsibility to help students feel connected to their community.
*I believe that students should feel valued by their school and by their community.
*After the project, the students have the ability to engage in leadership roles.
*After the project, the students have the ability to relate to others from diverse backgrounds.
*After the project, I believe the students are better people.
*Please provide any comments you have about the project.
What impact(s) have you seen on students and/or the community?
How was the project successful?
How was the project unsuccessful?
What strengths or challenges did you witness?