Survey Results

WDE Climate Survey Results

   
 

WDE Climate Survey

In October 2016, Black Butte High School (BBHS) and Farson-Eden High School (FEHS) students participated in a climate survey developed by researchers at Harvard Graduate School and Panorama Education used to measure student perceptions of teaching and learning. The survey gathers feedback from students about their classroom experience and measures teacher expectations, respect, student support and trust. 

The climate survey is part of the new accountability model for all alternative schools in Wyoming. BBHS, being an alternative school, must give the survey in the fall and spring of every year. Wyoming Department of Education gave the opportunity for any secondary schools to participate in the survey. The climate survey was administered at FEHS in the fall.

February 2 & 3, 2017 Parent Needs Assessment Survey Results

  

December 22, 2016 Professional Development Survey Results

 

The December 22nd professional development was facilitated by Instructional Facilitators and Teacher Leaders. This half-day training focused on completing instructional planning within departments and K through 8th grade math teachers learned more about how to use Eureka Math modules more efficiently in lessons. Survey results indicated most people who responded to the survey agreed that the training met the targets and was well planned and delivered. Some respondents felt the their knowledge increased as a result of the training. Most respondents found one or more strategies that could be used in their position and that the instructional planning time was beneficial.

October 21, 2016 Professional Development Survey Results

 

The October 21st professional development day, facilitated by Instructional Facilitators and Teacher Leaders, focused on completing subject area and grade level IPRs. Survey results indicated most people who responded to the survey agreed that the training met the targets and was well planned and delivered. Most respondents agreed their knowledge of completing IPRs increased and found one or more strategies that could be used in their position. Respondents also mostly agreed the instructional planning time was beneficial.