Questionnaire for Students.
We invite you into a dialogue. Please answer our questionnaire. All answers will remain anonymous.
1. At what age does puberty occur?
a) Up to 14
2. At what age can sexual activity be started (without affecting your health)?
d) From 18
3. Have you ever been sexually active?
4. Why do you think young people today have early sexual activity?
a) out of curiosity (interest in learning something new)
b) from idleness
c) to be like others
d) looking like an adult
e) under the influence of alcohol, drugs, and toxic substances
5. Do you know about the modern ways and means of protection against unwanted pregnancy when having intimate relations and do you use these means?
a) I know, I use them
b) I know, but I do not use them
c) don’t know, don’t use
6. Who should take care of contraception?
a) A man
b) A woman
7. Who is responsible for the occurrence of pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases?
a) The man more than the woman
b) The woman more than the man
c) Both equally
8. What are the consequences of unprotected sexual intercourse?
a) Only pregnancy
b) Only sexually transmitted diseases
c) Only HIV/AIDS
d) All of the above
9. What source of knowledge about sex education should adolescents have?
b) School/educational institution
d) Health care provider
e) Media (magazines, TV, Internet)
Questionnaire for Parents.
Please answer (anonymously) some of the questions below. We hope that on the basis of your answers, we can give you pedagogical support for the sex education of your children. In order to fill out the questionnaire, please circle the desired answer number or write your own.
1. Do you consider your knowledge of sex education for children to be sufficient?
2. From what sources do you get information about sex education for children?
a) The media (radio, TV, newspapers, magazines);
b) Special books;
c) conversations with friends and acquaintances;
d) Conversations with teachers;
e) Discussions with medical specialist
3. Who do you think has a greater influence on the child, the family or the school?
a) Certainly, the family;
b) Mostly the family
c) Equally the family and school;
d) School, because that is where the child spends a lot of time;
e) School and street.
4. Would you attend a sex education class at an educational institution?
c) Difficult to answer
5. What type of classes are you interested in?
a) Lectures on education;
b) Practical classes/trainings;
c) Meetings with specialists;
d) other ______________________________________________________________
6. Do you talk to children about sex education?
7. At what age should you start talking to children about sex education?
a) Up to 14
d) From the age of 18
8. What will you do if you find out that your daughter (your son’s girlfriend) is pregnant?
a) Not interfere
b) Insist on an abortion
c) Keep the baby and help them raise it
d) Let them have the baby, but I won’t help.
Thank you for your answers!
Questionnaire for Teachers “Sex Education for Teenagers”
Dear teachers, I ask you to answer the following questions (anonymously), in order to study the issues of sex education for teenagers in your institution. I wish you good luck!
1. Your opinion on the necessity of sex education and upbringing of young people (justify your opinion). ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
2.What institutions (organizations) and what form should sex education for children and adolescents take? ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
3.Does your educational institution provide sex education to adolescents (if so, who does; if not, who should do it)? ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
4. What role does the family play in children’s sex education and upbringing? ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
5. What issues of sex education can parents discuss with their children?
а. Issues of puberty (menstruation, hairiness, voice changes, appearance of breasts, and pollution)
b. Genital hygiene issues
c. STD and HIV/AIDS infection pathways
d. HIV/AIDS prevention
e. Family planning issues
f. Contraception issues
g. Sexual issues
h. Other (specify) _______________________________________________________________________________________
6. What advice do you have (What should you do) for parents who have difficulty discussing sex education with their children? ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
7. Who, besides parents, do young people turn to for information about sex education? ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
8. In what ways do you recommend disseminating sex education information to teens?
а. Individual specialist consultations, anonymous consultations
b. Special literature
c. Training seminars
g. Other (specify) _______________________________________________________________________________________
Thank you for taking part in our survey!