PGES Student Voice Survey

Published: 8/10/2016 12:37 PM

The Student Voice Survey is a classroom level reporting system used to provide formative feedback and evidence of effectiveness to educators and school administrators. Additionally, it is one source of evidence used to determine an educator's Overall Professional Practice Rating.

Educators and administrators garner this valuable feedback via a survey of 3rd through 12th grade students, who report on their interactions with educators. 

Student Voice Implementation Guide 2015-16
updated information on OPGES revisions and links to the following new technical documents:  Preparing Campus Portal/Student Accounts, Administrator How-to Guide, Teacher Administration Guide, and Where to Get Technical Help. 
Where to Get Technical Help: contact information to aid with scheduling windows, automated teacher assignment, policies, and other technical issues.
Preparing Campus Portal and Student Accounts:  Guidance for establishing student portal accounts, testing and supported platforms.
Student “How-To” Guide – Step-by-step instructions for students explaining how to begin and take the Student Voice Survey (may be printed for student reference).
Student How-To PowerPoint--Step-by-step instructions to guide students through the Student Voice survey process.
Teacher Administration Guide – Preparing for the survey:  What to know and how to prepare for survey administration. 
Administrator How-To Guide: A step-by-step guide for scheduling survey windows, preparing automatic educator assignment, and accessing the new Teacher Results report displaying tabulated data for each survey questions within the STUDENT constructs. 

Joyce Richards
Office of Teaching and Learning
Division of Next Generation Professionals
500 Mero Street, 19th Floor CPT
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-1479
Fax (502) 564-4007