Student Perspective Survey (Winter '20)
Dear Student, thank you for taking the time to complete this survey thoughtfully and honestly. Your Teacher, the relevant Department Chair, and Upper School Administrators will review the results and use them to get a sense of how you're engaging with this class. The feedback will also help us better understand how to help you succeed. Hearing your perspective is important to us.
Your Teacher's Name *
Day and Period *
Relationships with Students *
Please answer the following questions related to your teacher's efforts to build connections with students and create a safe, inclusive learning environment.
No
Not really
Yes
Absolutely
I don't know
Does your teacher seem to be interested in getting to know you?
Do you feel encouraged to voice your opinions in class?
Do you feel like it's ok to make mistakes in the classroom?
Does your teacher seem to have the same expectations (related to ability, behavior, performance, potential, etc.) for all of her/his students?
Does your teacher respond supportively to your individual needs?
Relationships with Students Narrative Feedback (optional)
Briefly describe anything else you'd like to share about your relationship with your teacher. And if you clicked "No" above, please explain.
Your answer
Engaging Instruction *
Please answer the following questions related to the teaching and learning in this class.
No
Not really
Yes
Absolutely
I don't know
Does your teacher frequently check your understanding of the material?
Does your teacher recognize and support your potential in this class?
Do you feel that your teacher understands and meets your individual learning needs?
Are you asked to consider multiple perspectives before drawing conclusions about complex topics and problems?
Do you have opportunities to make connections between what you're learning in class and local/global issues?
Are you asked to collaborate with others to solve problems or discuss relevant issues?
Does this collaboration impact our immediate and/or broader communities?
Do you have opportunities to create products (projects, essays, solutions, etc.) that have personal meaning?
Does what you create sometimes serve and inspire others?
Are you asked to consider diverse audiences (varying by ability, age, gender, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, etc.) when you present your work or complete assignments?
Engaging Instruction Narrative Feedback (optional)
Briefly describe anything else you'd like to share about the course, the way(s) it's taught, and the way(s) you're learning. And if you clicked "No" above, please explain.
Your answer
Complete this sentence regarding teaching methods: I'm fully engaged and learn the most when my teacher... *
The expression "fully engaged," used above, means really focused and involved; please complete the sentence with a specific example of when you feel this way. You might say something like: "asks us to brainstorm in pairs before group discussions" or "rephrases challenging questions multiple times."
Your answer
List the types of assessments--or specific examples--that best allow you to effectively demonstrate what you've learned. And briefly explain why. *
The word "assessment," used above, refers to any assignment or technique the teacher uses to check your understanding of class material.
Your answer
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