Build a student voice survey using teacher-contributed questions in the Xchange Community
Classroom culture and student social & emotional learning are key components to classroom management, student engagement, achievement, and your sanity as a teacher! But do you know how your students feel about themselves, their education, and your classroom? You can find out, quickly and easily, using a student voice survey from the Xchange Community.
The data in this survey is just for you!
You can customize the questions to suit your classroom.
And if you are wondering what to do with the survey results, and how to improve classroom culture, we have some great articles coming soon, to which we will link in this post when they’re ready. In the meantime here is a helpful article by Barbara Bray, a veteran educator and specialist in student engagement.
This video will show you how to get a well-rounded student voice survey from the Xchange Community (below)
Allow students to respond anonymously to your Student Voice / SEL Survey
Upload this list of 99 anonymous students into your Quick Key account. The students are split into 3 Classes of 33 anonymous students each. Print the bubble sheets for these classes, and hand them out to your students.
Don’t know how to upload a roster into Quick Key? Here’s a quick video & step-by-step instructions.