The CEP analyzes data from teacher and student surveys to present the teacher with the top ten strengths and needs within the class. The CEP also provides the teacher with classroom-level information about academic and non-academic school success factors.
The results of this survey can be used to:
• Help teachers make decisions about the most appropriate needs to address and corresponding strategies to use during instruction. Teachers can use the areas in which students excel on the survey to remediate any areas in which students struggle.
• Guide instructional coaches in determining the most effective materials, methods, and strategies to use when supporting students and teachers.
• Guide schools in determining areas in which teachers would benefit from professional development or additional resources and support.
• Guide and support School Improvement Plans.
Children’s social and emotional health affects their overall development and learning. The SEES About Me and SEES About My Class and School provide a good barometer to measure the overall well-being of a teacher’s cohort of students. This survey can be used to guide whole classroom instruction that will impact all students. In order to ensure that students provide accurate and reliable information and to protect student privacy, the results of this survey are not used to evaluate individual students, and therefore results are given as a class average.
The scaled, color-coded bars represent the aggregated responses (class average) for each question based on the Help to Hooray Scale allowing teachers to find strategies to remediate students’ greatest needs. Robust, evidence-based strategies are provided within the application. Teachers can also captialize on areas of students’ strengths to build a positive learning environment. These results can be brought to grade or content area meetings to discuss common areas that need to be addressed.