Worksheets to Help You Reflect on Your Results

Once you've run your surveys, it's important to be able to analyze the data and begin action planning based on the results. Because this process often looks different depending on what type of survey data you are looking at, we've provided a few different templates below to help support you in taking action.

Data Inquiry & Reflection Guides

These documents will walk you through interpreting your results and reflecting on how you can begin to take action. Click on any of the documents below to download, open, or print the PDFs.

Each of the guides below helps you understand what steps you need to take when preparing to review your data, reflecting on the data, and planning for action. Depending on your role, they type of survey data you are looking at, and what your goal is, you may find one or more of the following documents useful.
Guide to Understanding Your Survey Results

Guide to Understanding Your Survey Results 
This document walks you through navigating and understanding your survey results, along with some guiding questions that will help you reflect on the data you're seeing.

Best For: Educators looking to understand and reflect on their survey results.

Panorama Survey Results Scavenger Hunt

Survey Results Scavenger Hunt
The scavenger hunt activity guides educators through their survey result using prompts and protocols that will help you focus in on the most important parts of your data. 

Best For: Educators looking for a tool to use when exploring Panorama results. 
Data as Voice Protocol

Data as Voice Protocol
The data as voice protocol is an activity that helps us hear what our stakeholders are telling us through survey data.

Best For:  Educators looking to use Panorama data as the voice of the survey respondents, whether they are students, staff, or both.  


Data Inquiry Protocol & Reflection Guide
This guide walks you through thinking critically and reflecting on your survey data. If you're looking for a more targeted guide, check out the survey-specific resources below.

Best For: Educators looking to reflect on their survey results. This guide is applicable for student, staff, or family/community surveys.

School-Level Action Planning Guide

School-Level Action Planning Guide
The action planning guide helps you take your data and find action steps you can take at the school-level to support your goal of supporting student outcomes.

Best For:  Administrators or educators looking to identify, prioritize, and incorporate survey results into goals or existing initiatives.

Survey-Specific Resources

These documents will walk you through interpreting results of specific types of surveys. Click on any of the documents below to download, open, or print the PDF.

Reflecting on Your Student Survey Results

Reflecting on Your Student Survey Results
This specialized data inquiry and reflection guide helps educators, including administrators, classroom teachers, and other adults who support students, reflect on their student survey results.     

Best For:  Educators looking to reflect on student feedback survey results.
Reflecting on Your Staff Survey Results

Reflecting on Your Staff Survey Results  
This specialized data inquiry and reflection guide helps educators, particularly administrators, classroom reflect on their staff survey results.     
   
Best For: 
Administrators looking to reflect on their staff survey results. 

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