"Successful Learning" in Mathematics Lessons Research Project

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Hi all,

I apologise firstly as this may not be the right forum to post this on - please let me know if there is a more suited one.I am in my third year of the Future Teaching Scholars programme and we have to complete a research project. Due to COVID-19 I can no longer carry out my initial research on what makes "successful learning" within a Mathematics lesson. I have chosen to move to an online survey to gain some data to use in a discussion following a literature review. This will be an unpublished piece of research for part of my programme and an opportunity for me to advance my learning.It would be great if any maths teachers or secondary school students could complete my survey - it takes 2 minutes, is 100% anonymous, and will be greatly appreciated.
Please feel free to share it with any other student or teachers

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/L73SF8F

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Please complete all the questions! 6 in total over 2 pages, and the second page is the most important!
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