Help shape the future of STEM professional learning by completing Education Scotland’s 10 minute online survey by Monday 20 December 2021.

Education Scotland is inviting you to complete the Annual STEM Professional Learning Practitioner Survey for 2020-21. The information you provide will help improve the access that practitioners in relevant sectors, and in various geographical locations, have to high-quality professional learning that meets their needs. It will also help us to track improvements in the provision of professional learning over the lifetime of the STEM Strategy (2017-2022) and will enable the identification of where further support may be required.

Your individual response will not be shared with other organisations. However, the anonymised analysis from the survey will be shared widely to help STEM partner organisations align their programmes to your priorities.

Who should complete this surveys?

Separate surveys have been developed for specific sectors. You should only complete one of the surveys below:

Practitioners in early learning and childcare, primary, additional support needs, secondary (all subject areas including those not normally associated with STEM) are asked to complete this survey:

School-based technical support staff should complete this survey:

Community learning and development practitioners should complete this survey:

Did you know?

The findings from previous surveys are available on Education Scotland’s National Improvement Hub:

  • Survey responses have shaped decision about how over £3 million of STEM grant funding has been allocated in recent years.
  • In 2019/20, STEM grants benefitted 11,407 practitioners in 5,754 schools and settings.
  • Check out Education Scotland’s STEM Nation online resource for more information about STEM resources and support:

We would be very grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete the online survey to help us get the STEM professional learning offer right for you and your setting.

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