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Program Surveys

We collect data from the individuals who participate in our programs so we can provide our board of directors, funding agencies, the government, and ourselves with statistics that help us determine if our programs are creating change, helping heal, and are meeting the needs of our clients.

Before most SDRJ programs, you will be asked to do a pre-survey. This survey allows us to gauge your understanding of the topics covered by the specific program within which you are participating. At the end, we will ask you to do a post-survey so we can see how things have changed.

An experience survey is also sent around this time. This is less about the program information itself, but more about the overall experience while taking the program.

Results are confidential. Before we share any information with our governing bodies or potential funders, we strip away any identifying information. Unless otherwise stated, what you write in opinion questions remains internal.

You will be provided a password in your first and final sessions to complete the surveys, all of which are listed below.

Experience Survey
The SDRJ Experience

Question*

Question*

Question*

Question*

Did you hear of SDRJ prior to this program?*

Did you hear of SDRJ prior to this program?*

Were you the youth participant, an individual who experienced harm due to the actions of the youth participant, an observer, or a parent/guardian?*

Were you the youth participant, an individual who experienced harm due to the actions of the youth participant, an observer, or a parent/guardian?*

Youth Experience Survey

Did you want to

Did you want to

Parent/Guardian Experience Survey

Question

Question

Statements made by you in our surveys are confidential and will not be used except for data collection and program improvement processes.

We do, however, like to provide people with statements about the experience youth and their parents and/or guardians experience. We sometimes do this through social media, the SDRJ website, or in publications about our programming.

If you would like to write something that we CAN use for the above listed purposes, this is the place to do so. This is the only part of the survey that we can share with others, so we ask you to not include identifying information, such as names, schools, or conflict details.

This is optional.

Statements made by you in our surveys are confidential and will not be used except for data collection and program improvement processes.

We do, however, like to provide people with statements about the experience youth and their parents and/or guardians experience. We sometimes do this through social media, the SDRJ website, or in publications about our programming.

If you would like to write something that we CAN use for the above listed purposes, this is the place to do so. This is the only part of the survey that we can share with others, so we ask you to not include identifying information, such as names, schools, or conflict details.

This is optional.

Victim

Question

Question

Observer

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Question


CMC – Pre-Survey

How did you enroll in our Conflict Management Coaching program?*

How did you enroll in our Conflict Management Coaching program?*

Have you previously participated in a program by Sudbury District Restorative Justice?*

Have you previously participated in a program by Sudbury District Restorative Justice?*

Have you previously heard of Sudbury District Restorative Justice?*

Have you previously heard of Sudbury District Restorative Justice?*

What do you know about conflict management?

Which of the following describes conflict to you?*

Which of the following describes conflict to you?*

Who is responsible for a conflict?*

Who is responsible for a conflict?*

Is a teenager’s brain the same as an adult’s brain?*

Is a teenager’s brain the same as an adult’s brain?*

What is the amygdala?*

What is the amygdala?*

Have you ever heard about cognitive distortions (or automatic negative thoughts or cognitive dissonance) before?*

Have you ever heard about cognitive distortions (or automatic negative thoughts or cognitive dissonance) before?*

Which of the following best describes self-regulation?*

Which of the following best describes self-regulation?*

There are five conflict management styles. Which do you think represents you best?*

There are five conflict management styles. Which do you think represents you best?*

Please rate yourself using the following scale. Be as honest with yourself as you can!

Please rate yourself using the following scale. Be as honest with yourself as you can!

Very Poor/Never
Poor/Rarely
OK/Sometimes
Good/Often
Very Good/Always
I have trouble getting along with people
Verbal arguments make me sick
Other people arguing makes me upset
I would rather run from an argument than be part of it
I have a hard time controlling how I act when angry
People ask me ‘What were you thinking?’
I think ‘What was I thinking?’ after I do something
People bully me in person
People bully me on social media
I am scared of my own temper

Tell us how you feel about the following statements

Tell us how you feel about the following statements

Very Poor/Never
Poor/Rarely
OK/Sometimes
Good/Often
Very Good/Always
I understand how my brain works
I can recognize when I am reacting without thinking
I know how to recognize my feelings
I can recognize feelings in others
I can adapt my responses to conflict based on the type of conflict
I can adapt my responses based on the people involved in conflict
I handle every conflict the same way
I think conflict is a bad thing
I think about the things I do before I do them
I think conflict is necessary
Conflict is physical
Conflict is mean
You can fix friendships affected by conflict
CMC – Post-Survey

Did you complete all six Conflict Management Coaching lessons? (Human Brain, Cognitive Distortions I, II, & II, Self-Regulation, and Conflict Management Styles)

Did you complete all six Conflict Management Coaching lessons? (Human Brain, Cognitive Distortions I, II, & II, Self-Regulation, and Conflict Management Styles)

Clear selection

What does the amygdala do?

What does the amygdala do?

Clear selection

Who do you feel is responsible for conflict?

Who do you feel is responsible for conflict?

Clear selection

When we say ‘who is responsible for conflict?’, you understand this question to mean:

When we say ‘who is responsible for conflict?’, you understand this question to mean:

Clear selection

There are five management styles – Shark, Turtle, Fox, Owl, Bear. Some styles are really bad and others are really good. Do you agree?

There are five management styles – Shark, Turtle, Fox, Owl, Bear. Some styles are really bad and others are really good. Do you agree?

Clear selection

Describe the difference in the human brain for teenagers and adults, in your own words – point form is fine!

Describe the difference in the human brain for teenagers and adults, in your own words – point form is fine!

Clear selection

The Amygdala is part of which part of the brain?

The Amygdala is part of which part of the brain?

Clear selection

Which of the following best describes self-regulation?

Which of the following best describes self-regulation?

Clear selection

Is your brain the same as an adult brain

Is your brain the same as an adult brain

Clear selection

Which of the following describes conflict to you?

Which of the following describes conflict to you?

Clear selection

Thinking about these past two questions, can you tell us a bit more about the differences between your beliefs before starting this program, and your thoughts now that you have completed it?

Thinking about these past two questions, can you tell us a bit more about the differences between your beliefs before starting this program, and your thoughts now that you have completed it?

Clear selection

Please rate yourself using the following scale. Be as honest with yourself as you can, and think about the first time you answered these questions

Please rate yourself using the following scale. Be as honest with yourself as you can, and think about the first time you answered these questions

Very Poor/Never
Poor/Rarely
OK/Sometimes
Good/Often
Very Good/Always
I have trouble getting along with people
Verbal arguments make me feel sick
Other people arguing makes me upset
I would rather run from an argument than be part of it
I have a hard time controlling how I act when angry
People ask me ‘what were you thinking?’
I ask myself ‘what was I thinking?’
People bully me in person
People bully me on social media
I am scared of my own temper
Clear selection

Compare yourself with how you felt and what you thought at the first session, and let us know how you feel now:

Compare yourself with how you felt and what you thought at the first session, and let us know how you feel now:

Very Poor/Never
Poor/Rarely
OK/Sometimes
Good/Often
Very Good/Always
I understand how my brain works
I can recognize when I am reacting without thinking
I know how to recognize my feelings
I can recognize feelings in others
I can adapt my responses to conflict based on the type of conflict
I can adapt my responses to conflict based on the people involved in conflict
I handle every conflict the same way
I think conflict is a bad thing
I think about the things I do before I do them
I think conflict is necessary
Conflict is physical
Conflict is mean
You can fix friendships affected by conflict
Clear selection