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The Kindness Survey for Youth

“The purpose of this brief online tool is to regularly measure each group’s collective perception about their environment regarding interpersonal and group relations as part of a civility, kindness, compassion strategy.”
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“Each group member rates how they and their friends / colleagues treat each other on a scale of 1 to 5, with a 1 being as kind and wonderful as possible and a 5 as awful, mean and cruel. They are asked to cite any significant acts of civility, kindness or compassion they have observed within the group. They are asked to cite any acts of meanness and any concerns they have about questionable things, related to the group, they have seen in cyberspace. The reports are automatically compiled and can be reviewed for information and for discussion items.

The most successful groups use the Civility / Kindness / Compassion surveys on a regular schedule, i.e., every 4-8 weeks. The survey takes less than 5 minutes to complete but will generate a great deal of information. The use of the surveys reminds participants that they are responsible for their environment and how they treat and relate to each other.

The anonymous nature of the instrument and its purposeful design to foster reporting on good things helps groups to redirect their collective efforts toward civility, kindness and compassion.”

Dr John Robert Curtin—4Civility Institute / Creator of the Kindness Survey

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