Research into teaching effectiveness indicates that student voices play a powerful role in helping schools and districts learn how to improve teaching. The Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) Project, established to “build and test measures of effective tea
ching,” was designed to help schools and districts ind great teachers in their communities and encourage teacher growth and development. Surveys have been the primary means of collecting student voices about effective teaching.
Link to survey results (log in required)-
Student Survey PD Guide-
Session 1- Preparing for Survey Launch
Session 2- Digging into Data
Session 3- Taking Action
Panorama PD Guide - Understanding Reports.pdf
Survey Report Reflection Tool-
Report Reflection Toolkit Complete Guide.pdf
Teachers- Use this Reflection Document when you examine survey results.
Student Survey Results.docx
Principals- Use this Reflection Document when you examine survey results.
Student Survey Results- Admin.docx
This document includes survey procedures and the questions included in the student surveys.
Panorama Student Survey User-Guide.pdf
This document is research that supports the use of Student Survey Results to give teachers formative feedback.
Gathering Feedback for Teachers.pdf
Article about the value of Social Emotional Measures
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