Polliebox

Pre-sets help you to quickly send a pollie to your class(es). Log in, go to ‘Make a pollie’, select your class and select a pre-set of your choice. You can then either send a link directly, or make changes first to the pre-set by adding or removing questions.

View on society

How do your students value the society they live in? Your class can see how their perspective is different from that of others.
  1. Which three themes are most important to you, internationally?
  2. Which three themes are most important to you, nationally?
  3. Which three themes are most important to you, locally?
  4. In what way should your country change?
  5. Do you follow the news?
  6. Did you participate in a public protest, the last twelve months?
  7. Are you doing volunteer work?

The world around you (12-14 y)

The world of your students is getting wider. With this pollie you invite them to reflect on differences between their world and that of others.
  1. How many weeks have you been on a holiday, the last 12 months?
  2. Which transport do you use to go to school?
  3. How long is your travel time to school?
  4. To which countries have you been on a holiday, the last 12 months?
  5. How many members make up the household you are part of?
  6. In what kind of house do you live?
  7. In which countries have your parents been born (caregivers/stepparents)? Mulitple answers possible
  8. Which langage do you speak at home? Mulitple answers possible

Sport

What sport do your students favor, in their own time? Based on three short questions, they can compare their sportivity with that of other classes.
  1. Which sport(s) do you practice?
  2. How often do you sport, on average per week?
  3. How much time do you sport, on average per week?

Rule of law

At school, students are taught about the rule of law. Based on this set of questions students can compare their values with those of others.
  1. Do you trust the judgement of a judge?
  2. Do you trust the police?
  3. Who should decide whether a person is guilty?
  4. Do you think the judiciary is independent?
  5. Can a life sentence be justified?
  6. Can a death penalty be justified?
  7. How important is freedom of speech?
  8. May the government access data on your cell phone?
  9. Everyone in my country is treated equally, without regard to religion, skin color or sexual orientation
  10. How should someone be punished for shoplifting?

The world around you (14-17y)

Your students Geography become aware of the larger world, nationally and internationally. With this pollie you can invite them to reflect on their role as global citizens.
  1. Which actions would you preferably take to contribute to a solution of the climate crisis?
  2. How many weeks have you been on a holiday, the last 12 months?
  3. Which three themes are most important to you, internationally?
  4. To which countries have you been on a holiday, the last 12 months?
  5. Which three themes are most important to you, nationally?
  6. With what kind of transport did you go on holiday?
  7. In which countries have your parents been born (caregivers/stepparents)? Mulitple answers possible
  8. Do you consider life to be good in your country?

Climate change

Global warming speaks to the imagination of many students. A set of nine questions invite students to reflect on measures at national and personal level.
  1. Which actions would you preferably take to contribute to a solution of the climate crisis?
  2. Which personal actions to reduce greenhouse emissions are difficult for you?
  3. How would you like to contribute to a solution of the climate crisis, over the next ten years?
  4. What should the government do to help solve the climate crisis?
  5. What should industry do to help solve the climate crisis?
  6. Which source of energy would you give you a central position in your country, over the next twenty years?
  7. Should industrialized countries in the West help finance measures against global warming in non-industrialized countries?
  8. Countries should be obliged, with sanctions, to reach their goals in the Paris agreement
  9. Airline and shipping industries should be taxed for their CO2-emissions, even if this leads to higher consumer prices.