Back To School Teacher and Student Effectiveness Surveys

Back To School Teacher and Student Effectiveness Surveys

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Do you use effectiveness survey to gauge your classroom effectiveness?  Do you have student gauge your effectiveness as well?  
What are effectiveness surveys? Surveys to reflect on your classroom procedures pedagogical strategies.  Surveys to have students reflect on the effectiveness of your pedagogical strategies and classroom procedures.  
Why use effectiveness surveys? To reflect on your practices and to give students a voice! 
What are the benefits of using effectiveness surveys? It will strengthen the relationship between the teacher and students by making learning a team effort.  It will ensure that ALL students are heard and give the teacher a ton of feedback to use when planning.  

Teacher Survey
  1. Do you greet every student at the door or in the hallway? 
  2. Do you go over the class expectations and what you will be learning and doing throughout the lesson at the beginning of class? 
  3. Are students engaged when they walk in the room? 
  4. Do you make the material relevant by tying it to your student’s needs, wants, and interests? 
  5. Are students engaged throughout the class period? 
  6. Do you plan using complex text? 
  7. Do you know your students and value their participation in class? 
  8. Do your students know how to ask for help? 
  9. Are zeros permitted?  Are students forced to make-up all work? 
  10. Do you provide feedback on student work (verbally or written)? 
  11. Do you review the lesson at the end of class? 


Student Survey
  1. Are you greeted at the door or in the hallway on your way to class? 
  2. Does your teacher preview  the class expectations and what you will be learning and doing throughout the lesson at the beginning of class? 
  3. Are you engaged when you walk in the room? 
  4. Does the teacher make the material relevant by tying it to your needs, wants, and interests? 
  5. Are you engaged throughout the class period? 
  6. Are you reading complex text during this class? 
  7. Do you feel like your teacher knows you and values your participation in class? 
  8. Do you know how to ask for help? 
  9. Are zeros not permitted?  Are you forced to make-up all work? 
  10. Do you receive feedback on your work (verbally or written)? 
  11. Does your teacher review the lesson at the end of class? 

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