Step 3: Talk with teachers, principals, the superintendent, and other survey coordinators in the district. Ask questions, identify opportunities, and address any challenges around implementing The Student Experience® Survey. All staff should understand who is taking the survey, when it will be administered, and how the results can and will be used by the school or district. Show the video “Why is The Student Experience® Survey important for educators?” to build teachers’ awareness of the survey and encourage reflection about the impact of their practices on student learning. Share the standardized administration procedures and survey administration script.
Step 4: Work with principals to ensure that all teachers, courses, class periods, and grades that are participating in the survey are loaded in the survey administration system. Download instructions on how to log in and get started.
Step 5: Coordinate administration of The Student Experience® Survey. Support teachers in setting up surveys for their classrooms, courses, class periods, or grades. Monitor progress. And, answer any questions from staff.