Evaluation of the HAND in HAND programme
Results from questionnaire scales
In: Kozina, Ana (Hrsg.): Social, emotional and intercultural competencies for inclusive school environments across Europe
Studien zur Schulpädagogik, 89
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A principal focus of the evaluation of the HAND in HAND programme is tracing back causal effects on the student and/or school staff programmes. We investigate whether the programme had the expected effects on social, emotional and intercultural competencies (hereinafter SEI competencies) and classroom learning environments. In this chapter, we present results regarding the programme's effectiveness that are based on questionnaire scales from the student and school staff evaluation instrument. These results are part of the experimental outcome evaluation. We compare the experimental groups to the control group in the pre- and post-measurements. Our analysis of the short-term programme effects reveals some of the programme's expected effects in all participating countries. However, many effects in an unexpected direction were also observed. Hence, the HAND in HAND programme may be judged as effective, although its effects are complex and appear to be both positive and negative depending on the specific outcome being examined.
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