Engaged students are more likely to achieve academically, attend class regularly, and stay in school. Students themselves are perhaps the best source of information about whether they feel engaged by their teachers and classwork. To tap into this data, schools need a valid and reliable way to gather feedback from students about their learning environments and relationships at school. Additionally, Districts that collect this data also look for ways to help educators take action to promote student engagement.
Hear from schools who are leveraging Panorama data and resources to make meaningful strides toward a school climate in which students can excel.
Together we will explore:
- How to measure student voice in a reliable and valid way
- Using data to identify trends and areas of improvement
- Methods for monitoring the impact on culture and climate
- Interventions and strategies that all school leaders can leverage
Kelley Boynton, Executive Director of Elementary Schools, Bethel School District (WA)
Chad Honig, Executive Director, Secondary Schools, Bethel School District (WA)
Elissa Dornan, Director for Behavioral Health and MTSS, Bethel School District (WA)
Melissa Pointer, Director of Social-Emotional Learning, Highline Public Schools (WA)
Lauren Latto, Account Manager, Panorama Education