Student Feedback Surveys: Class Feedback Form.xlsx

 
 
 
Class Feedbeck Form.xlsx
Student Data
 
 
The following feedback form was given to students in October. The survey results had clear trends - students liked the flexibility of self pace learning but felt the pace moved too quickly and wanted more whole class activities. These results are the reason I created "Catch Up Weeks" and scheduled time for whole class activities on a weekly basis.
  • Class Feedback Form.xlsx
  • Class Feedback Form.xlsx
  • Class Feedback Form.xlsx
  • Class Feedback Form.xlsx
  • Class Feedback Form.xlsx
  • Class Feedback Form.xlsx
  • Class Feedback Form.xlsx
  • Class Feedback Form.xlsx
Student Data
 
 
The following feedback form was given to students in October. The survey results had clear trends - students liked the flexibility of self pace learning but felt the pace moved too quickly and wanted more whole class activities. These results are the reason I created "Catch Up Weeks" and scheduled time for whole class activities on a weekly basis.
 
Feedback Systems

Student Feedback Surveys

Flipped Mastery is a new model for not only the students, but for me as well - so I went into the year knowing that there needed to be a process for feedback and refinement. I created a monthly survey for students to take, what was working for them and what needed to be improved. The surveys were created on Google Forms and were made accessible on the class website home page. Based on the survey results, I made adjustments to the class structure throughout the year. When students saw their suggestions impacted how the class was run, it made them feel their voices were valued, which helped with the individual buy-in of many students.


Strategy Resources (3)
Strategy Explanation
 
 
Since students are constantly open to feedback from me, I need to hear what they need and adjustments that might improve their learning.
Student Data
 
 
The following feedback form was given to students in October. The survey results had clear trends - students liked the flexibility of self pace learning but felt the pace moved too quickly and wanted more whole class activities. These results are the reason I created "Catch Up Weeks" and scheduled time for whole class activities on a weekly basis.
Online Student Resource
 
 
Student facing feedback survey. These are the questions that were asked on a monthly basis.
Strategy Explanation
 
 
Since students are constantly open to feedback from me, I need to hear what they need and adjustments that might improve their learning.
Student Data
 
 
The following feedback form was given to students in October. The survey results had clear trends - students liked the flexibility of self pace learning but felt the pace moved too quickly and wanted more whole class activities. These results are the reason I created "Catch Up Weeks" and scheduled time for whole class activities on a weekly basis.
Online Student Resource
 
 
Student facing feedback survey. These are the questions that were asked on a monthly basis.
Benjamin Siegel
New Visions Charter High School for the Humanities II
Bronx, NY


 

About this strategy

Prep Time:
Moderate
Subject:
Math
Grade:
Tenth grade
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