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  • Empowering your students to affect change: Provide opportunities for choice (communication, presentation formats, identifying preferences) Gathering feedback on past events to ensure future success Fostering leadership opportunities in students Ascertaining vs. Assuming: The student voice – are we really listening? The assumptions that we make as staff may not accurately reflect the wants/needs of the collective student perspective Using Data to Drive Decisions: Being more responsive and less reactive to what our students are looking for from their education Demonstrating actions tied to student survey feedback
  • ** Emphasize Start/End Date; Anonymous v. Open; Response Type in Demonstration
  • Demo FastLink in group e-mail message
  • Demo aggregate responses from NSI 2013 Sample Survey
  • Demo individual responses to NSI 2013 Sample Survey for Roger Federer

Feature Forum: Leveraging Surveys Feature Forum: Leveraging Surveys Presentation Transcript

  • Leveraging Surveys: Completing the feedback loop to engage students and parents Erin Garland and Maureen Tuchowski K12 Professional Services
  • Session Objectives  Understand the quantitative vs. qualitative survey options available in Naviance  Identify four concise steps to survey implementation  Demonstrate different methods for deploying surveys to a targeted audience  Design surveys to engage students and parents
  • Session Agenda  Introductions  The Power of the Survey  The four steps to creating and administering surveys that produce the results you need  Plan: Beginning with the end in mind  Build: Creating a Survey in Naviance  Deploy: Methods for distributing a survey to a targeted audience  Measure: Analyzing your Results  Conclusion and additional resources and supports
  • Introductions: Erin Garland and Maureen Tuchowski
  • The Power of the Survey: empowering your students to affect change, ascertaining vs. assuming, and using data to drive decisions
  • The Power of the Survey Empowering your students to affect change: Provide opportunities for choice (communication, presentation formats, identifying preferences) Gathering feedback on past events to ensure future success Fostering leadership opportunities in students Ascertaining vs. Assuming: The student voice – are we really listening? The assumptions that we make as staff may not accurately reflect the wants/needs of the collective student perspective Using Data to Drive Decisions: Being more responsive and less reactive to what our students are looking for from their education Demonstrating actions tied to student survey feedback
  • The four steps to creating and administering surveys that produce the results you need  Plan: beginning with the end in mind  Build: creating a survey in Naviance  Deploy: methods for distributing your survey to the right audience  Measure: analyzing your results
  • Plan: Beginning with the end in mind Statistical summaries of quantitative responses will be available in “View Responses” for surveys and individual results will appear in the student folder A summary list of qualitative responses will be available in “View Responses” for surveys and individual student responses will appear in the student folder Qualitative responses: data that can be observed but not measured – open responses Quantitative responses: identify the smallest measurable components necessary to achieve statistical results for an entire group
  • Plan: Beginning with the end in mind Selecting from available options: Rating Options on a 5-point Scale Quantitative Questions Yes/No Drop-down Menu Select from list
  • Plan: Beginning with the end in mind College Application Outcomes Customizing your Graduation Survey Customizing your graduation survey will give you the flexibility to add additional questions and the oversight to review and accept changes to college applications and scholarships in the Batch Update feature of Students Scholarships Awarded
  • Plan: Beginning with the end in mind Open-ended responses Short Text Essay Response Gathering information Qualitative Questions Date Number
  • Build: Creating a survey in Naviance OR Copy and Customize: Connections > Shared Survey Library Preview and select a survey that closely aligns with your goals for gathering responses Click Copy Enter new survey name Update preferences and customize questions Custom Survey Design Demo:
  • Deploy: methods for distributing your survey to a targeted audience  Surveys available to take in Family Connection: based on preferences identified during survey set-up  Success plan task: ”This survey should only appear with a success planner rask: indicated during survey set-up  FastLink in group e-mail A FastLink is a web link embedded in a group e-mail message that allows the message recipient to go directly to a custom survey on Family Connection without first having to sign in. To embed a FastLink in a group e-mail message: Go to Connections > E-mail. Click Send E-mail to a Group of Students and Parents. Type a subject and text for your message in the spaces provided. From the Survey drop-down menu, choose a custom survey. Specify any additional selection criteria for the students or parents you want to receive your message. Click the Preview and Send button. Check the Survey FastLink box and specify a number of days before the link will expire. Click the Schedule Message button. If a student or parent uses the FastLink to access a survey, they will not see any other menu options that are normally in Family Connection. They will only be able to complete the survey and then close their browser.
  • Measure: Analyzing your results Summaries of results from both quantitative and qualitative questions will display from: Connections > Surveys> View Responses
  • Measure: Analyzing your results Individual results from both quantitative and qualitative questions will display from: Students > Plan > Survey name student@email.com My mom 
  • Conclusion and additional resources and supports
  • Additional Resources Name of Survey Shared By For Who? 8th Grade Parent Survey Orono High School 8th /9th Grade Parents 2012 Grade 11 Letter of Rec- Parent Input Survey Penfield High School 11th /12th Grade Parents Career Scavenger Hunt West Shore Middle School 6th -12th Grade Students Student Needs Assessment Lincoln Middle School Lincoln Middle School 6th -12th Grade Students WHS Freshman Transition Survey Westfield High School 8th /9th Grade Parents Transition Survey Naviance Academy Middle School 8th /9th Grade Students Attendance Survey Lancaster High School 9th -12th Grade Students Career Interest Profiler Follow Up Survey Fairfield Warde High School 10th -11th Grade Students Centennial High School Do What You Are Survey Centennial High School 11th -12th Grade Students
  • The Naviance Network Online Community Log on to the Naviance Network to: •Find this presentation! •Connect with colleagues from NSI •Participate in community discussions •Learn how to better utilize Naviance from peers and from Naviance support specialists with a new articles and guides in the Help Library •Provide product feedback and suggestions via the Idea Exchange
  • Your Feedback Matters! Thank you for attending the Naviance Summer Institute 2013! We greatly appreciate your feedback, please complete a brief evaluation for this session at: http://go.naviance.com/evaluations