Student Feedback Survey

The following student feedback survey can be used by educators to systematically collect feedback from their students about classroom practice and classroom environment. Developing a habit of seeking feedback from students provides real-time data that can inform instructional changes and wider school improvement strategies. Collecting student feedback is also a way to elevate student voices, which is a key strategy for equitable community engagement. Reviewing the data is just as important as collecting it; we suggest reviewing your data with at least one other colleague to help you unpack findings, identify trends, and strategize about ways to respond or adapt.

Relationships
Never Rarely Sometimes Often Always
My teacher in this class makes me feel that s/he really cares about me.
My teacher really tries to understand how students feel about things.
My teacher seems to know if something is bothering me.
Behavior
Never Rarely Sometimes Often Always
Our class stays busy and doesn’t waste time.
Students in this class treat the teacher with respect.
Student behavior in this class is a problem.
Student behavior in this class is under control.
I hate the way that students behave in this class.
My classmates behave the way my teacher wants them to.
Student behavior in this class makes the teacher angry.
Understanding
Never Rarely Sometimes Often Always
My teacher knows when the class understands, and when we do not.
If you don’t understand something, my teacher explains it another way.
My teacher has several good ways to explain each topic that we cover in class.
When my teacher is teaching us, they think we understand even when we don’t.
My teacher explains difficult things clearly.
Engagement
Never Rarely Sometimes Often Always
I like the ways we learn in this class.
My teacher makes learning enjoyable.
My teacher makes lessons interesting.
This class does not keep my attention—I get bored.
Expectations
Never Rarely Sometimes Often Always
My teacher asks questions to be sure we are following along when they are teaching.
My teacher asks students to explain more about answers they give.
My teacher doesn’t let people give up when the work gets hard.
My teacher wants me to explain my answers—why I think what I think.
My teacher wants us to use our thinking skills, not just memorize things.
In this class, we learn a lot almost every day.
In this class, my teacher accepts nothing less than our full effort.
In this class, we learn to correct our mistakes.
Voice
Never Rarely Sometimes Often Always
Students get to decide how activities are done in this class.
My teacher wants us to share our thoughts.
My teacher respects my ideas and suggestions.
My teacher gives us time to explain our ideas.
Students speak up and share their ideas about class work.
Feedback
Never Rarely Sometimes Often Always
The comments that I get on my work in this class help me understand how to improve.
We get helpful comments to let us know what we did wrong on assignments.
My teacher takes the time to summarize what we learn each day.
My teacher checks to make sure we understand what they are teaching us.

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