Practices to collect and integrate student voice in your classroom

The following is adapted from the Great Schools Partnership

As the school year winds down one practice to consider embedding into your end-of-year routine is collecting student feedback and student voice data. 

Why collect student feedback?

  • Integrate student voice into your classroom by getting real feedback from those most impacted – your students!
  • Identify your strengths and areas for growth as an educator
  • Identify ways to improve your classroom environment

What can you learn from student data?

  • Gain more insight into student performance
  • Reflect on and challenge your assumptions about your teaching practice and classroom environment

There are many forms of student data, but one to consider is having your students complete an anonymous student feedback survey. 

Here’s a free sample student feedback survey from The Great Schools Partnership which reflects on relationships, behaviour, understanding, engagement, expectations, voice, and feedback. 

We’ve re-created the survey above as a google form you can duplicate and use for your own classroom here. See the full article on reviewing student data to inform instruction from The Great Schools Partnership here. 

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