Results BQ MiA Project

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Results BQ MiA Project

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Table 1: Gender

Table 1

Country

female

male

(blank)

Total

Denmark

5

3

8

Hungary

17

2

19

LIT

15

5

0

20

NL

9

4

13

Norway

8

7

0

15

SLO

18

3

1

22

Spain

13

7

20

(blank)

0

Total

85

31

1

117

gender

(3)

Gender

0

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

female

male

(blank)

(4)

Table 2: Age

Table 2

Country

</=30

31 - 40

41 - 50

>50

(blank)

Total

Denmark

1

4

3

8

Hungary

2

3

8

6

19

LIT

4

3

5

8

0

20

NL

6

7

13

Norway

1

0

4

10

15

SLO

5

9

5

2

1

22

Spain

11

4

1

4

20

Total

23

20

33

40

1

117

%

19,7%

17,1%

28,2%

34,2%

0,9%

100%

age

(5)

Age

0

2

4

6

8

10

12

</=30

31 - 40

41 - 50

>50

(blank)

(6)

Table 3: Experience

Table 3

0 - 5

6-okt

years

years

Denmark

2

4

2

8

Hungary

10

5

3

1

19

LIT

8

2

2

8

20

NL

3

1

6

3

13

Norway

4

5

2

4

15

SLO

9

8

4

1

22

Spain

12

5

2

1

20

Total

46

28

23

20

117

%

39,3%

23,9%

19,7%

17,1%

100%

Experience in teaching adults

Country

11 - 20

(7)

Experience in teaching adults

0

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

0 - 5

6-okt

11 - 20 years

>20 years

(8)

Table 4: Experience in teaching

math/numeracy

Table 4

Country

0 - 5 years 6 - 10 years 11 - 20 years >20 years

(blank)

Total

Denmark

2

2

3

1

8

Hungary

18

1

19

LIT

8

2

2

8

0

20

NL

3

4

6

13

Norway

7

4

1

3

15

SLO

10

8

3

1

22

Spain

12

5

2

1

20

Total

60

26

17

14

0

117

%

51,3%

22,2%

14,5%

12,0%

0,0%

100%

(9)

Experience in teaching math/ numeracy

0

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

DK

HU

LT

NL

NO

SI

ES

0 - 5 years

6 - 10 years

11 - 20 years

>20 years

(10)

Table 5: Background education

Table 5

Country

languagesmathematics

other

primary or

lower sec

teacher ed

social

sciences

Total

Denmark

5

3

8

Hungary

7

4

7

1

19

LIT

17

3

20

NL

2

7

4

13

Norway

1

6

3

4

1

15

SLO

19

2

1

22

Spain

0

2

7

6

5

20

Total

1

56

21

28

11

117

%

3,6%

47,9%

17,9%

23,9%

9,4%

100%

background

(11)

Background Education

0

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

languages

mathematics

other

primary or lower

secondary teacher

education

social sciences

(12)

Table 6: Specific courses

Table 6

Country

no

yes

(blank)

Total

Denmark

1

6

1

8

Hungary

8

9

2

19

LIT

9

9

2

20

NL

2

11

13

Norway

11

4

15

SLO

14

8

22

Spain

11

9

20

Total

56

56

5

117

%

55,0%

47,9%

4,3%

100%

Specific courses

(13)

Specific courses

0

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

no

yes

(blank)

(14)

Table 7: Existing materials

Table 7

Country

no

yes

(blank)

Total

Denmark

1

7

8

Hungary

5

14

19

LIT

3

17

20

NL

1

12

13

Norway

2

13

15

SLO

4

18

22

Spain

1

19

20

Total

17

100

117

%

14,5%

85,5%

0,0%

100%

existing materials

(15)

Using existing materials

0

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

no

yes

(16)

Table 8: Type of materials

Table 8

Country

materials

from other

adult

education

centers

materials

specific for

adults

primary

school

materials

(blank)

Total

Denmark

2

4

1

1

8

Hungary

4

4

8

3

19

LIT

3

10

1

6

20

NL

2

10

1

13

Norway

1

5

6

3

15

SLO

3

5

11

3

22

Spain

0

19

0

1

20

Total

15

57

27

18

117

type of materials

(17)

Type of materials

0

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

20

materials from other

adult education centers

materials specific for

adults

primary school materials

(blank)

(18)

Table 9: Own materials

Table 9

Country

no

yes

(blank)

Total

Denmark

1

7

8

Hungary

5

14

19

LIT

20

20

NL

4

9

13

Norway

8

7

15

SLO

6

15

1

22

Spain

3

17

20

Total

27

89

1

117

Own materials

(19)

Use of own materials

0

5

10

15

20

25

no

yes

(blank)

(20)

Table 10: Stat adult learning

Table 10

Country A B C D E none of all (blank) Total Denmark 1 4 1 1 1 8 Hungary 1 1 11 1 5 19 LIT 6 6 10 4 20 26 NL 2 6 5 13 Norway 1 6 4 1 2 1 15 SLO 1 3 5 9 3 1 22 Spain 0 11 8 0 0 1 20 Total 12 37 43 11 15 4 1 117 123 % 10,3% 31,6% 36,8% 9,4% 12,8% 3,4% 0,9% 100%

statement adult learning

A: adults learn best through paper-based instruction materials with closed tasks based on everyday life materials B: adults learn best through paper-based instruction materials with open tasks based on everyday life materials C: Adults learn math best in functional real life situations

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Statement on adult learning

0

2

4

6

8

10

12

DK

HU

LT

NL

NO

SI

ES

A

B

C

D

E

none of all

(blank)

(22)

Table 11: Stat adult teaching

Table 11

Country A B C D none of all (blank) Total

Denmark 2 6 8 Hungary 11 8 19 LIT 5 0 17 2 20 24 NL 2 11 13 Norway 1 2 0 11 1 15 SLO 3 2 14 3 22 Spain 1 1 2 15 1 20 Total 23 5 4 82 5 2 117 121 % 19,7% 4,3% 3,4% 70,1% 4,3% 1,7% 100%

statement teaching adults

A: I prefer to do mathematical activities in an informal way

(23)

Statement on teaching adults

0

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

18

DK

HU

LT

NL

NO

SI

ES

A

B

C

D

none of all

(blank)

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Table 12: Prof. Development

Table 12

Country

A

B

C

None of all

(blank)

Total

Denmark

1

3

4

8

Hungary

15

4

19

LIT

1

7

13

2

20

23

NL

5

7

1

13

Grundtvig 3

3

1

4

8

SLO

2

7

13

22

Spain

2

11

7

20

Total

14

51

45

1

2

110

113

%

12,7%

46,4%

40,9%

0,9%

1,8%

100%

professional development

B: I would like to learn more about learning mathematics for everyday life situations

A: I would like to learn more about learning mathematics at work

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Professional Development

0

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

16

DK

HU

LT

NL

NO

SI

ES

A

B

C

None of all

(blank)

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