Because of it’s powerful reporting system and examination of current and upcoming issues in education, as well as it’s ability to cover traditional NOMS used in a variety of grants we strongly recommend using our Teaching and Learning Environment Surveys.
Pride Learning and Teaching Surveys provide a context by which whole schools are measured. Students, teachers and administrators as a team, not as individuals, can then address the weaknesses within a school, and build upon the strengths. Both survey questionnaires, student surveys and teacher surveys, have undergone more than three years of psychometric testing of responses drawn from 72,000 teachers and 240,000 students. Data produced by the Pride Learning and Teaching Surveys have been found reliable and valid, and they strongly correlate to academic achievement.
The Pride Learning and Teaching Surveys are unique in that some two-dozen parallel items allow administrators to compare teacher and student responses side-by-side. An intuitive electronic dashboard takes the guesswork out of interpreting survey findings by graphically displaying large data sets in easy to interpret domains (categories) and scales that are not available from other companies. You can view a demo of the dashboard at dbdemo.pridesurveys.com, where you can also locate development documents and additional information on the surveys.