Nationwide testing tool for measuring sensitivity for parents and teachers of children aged 3-10 years

Parents and Teachers of pre school and primary school students from Poland, Romania, North Macedonia, Spain and Italy are invited to join the testing process of the child’s sensitivity measurement tool developed as part of the E-MOTION project.

The tools are filled by an adult:

  • parent
  • teacher

We invite ALL to test, not just people who identify this trait in their children / students. As a part of the project a platform containing information resources and supporting materials in working with a highly sensitive children is being developed, as well as a tool for assessing high sensitivity. Your participation will allow you to improve the tool and methods of supporting highly sensitive children.

Such help is invaluable to us.

To join the testing (complete the questionnaire), please submit via the spreadsheet:

https://forms.gle/bYmhvopWDaVuMKM1A

Then, in the return e-mail you will receive a TOKEN, a unique code that allows you to log in to the questionnaire:

https://highlysensitive.eu/pilot/ (after selecting the appropriate language, you will be directed to the questionnaire’s questions). Filling the whole takes several minutes.

The teacher receives a code for himself (with questions about professional work) and a pool of TOKENS, through which he answers questions about students in his class / kindergarten group – for each student separately.

The parent receives one TOKEN. * [If you have more than one child 3-10 years old, please write that you will be allocated a larger number of TOKENS].

If you have questions or concerns, please contact: magda.janiak@wsei.lublin.pl

You can participate in testing individually, you can also participate including the school in which you work or your children who attend it. If you want your school to participate in testing the tool and receive a certificate of participation in the work of an international project – please contact us.

Like this article?

Share on facebook
Share on Facebook
Share on twitter
Share on Twitter