Helping Staff Interpret Panorama Reports

Here, you will learn more about how to share your Panorama results with various stakeholders and help them take action on the data. Supporting your staff in understanding and taking action on survey data is an essential part of the survey process and will ensure that your school or district is able to make the most of your survey data and the voice of your community.

 Below you will find a variety of tools, including email templates, activities to help you understand the data, and sample slide decks and case studies you can use as a model to support your team’s professional development. 

Utilize this easy-to-share Google Site to communicate with staff about resources they can use to dive into their results.

Panorama is excited to provide you with a variety of methods through which you can understand your data. To learn more about the professional development options we provide, click here.

Potential Actions for District Administrators

Use the results to align your district priorities. To learn more about this process, please click here.
  • Identify professional development opportunities for staff and teachers.

Roll out the results to school administrators and counselors to help them incorporate the results into their annual school improvement plan. Try to leverage existing meetings or your communication team to share some overall data trends.
  • Facilitate peer to peer learning opportunities (refer to the school tab to see which schools need support in particular topics) and highlight specific use cases.

Continue to align how Panorama feedback surveys can help measure and support your district goals.

Present the findings during your cabinet and board meetings. You can find slide templates here.

Send an email with resources to onboard new users and share refreshers to existing users to continue to build buy-in and identify potential data champions.

Potential Actions for School Administrators/Counselors

Use the results to set your school priorities and incorporate them into your annual school improvement plan. 

Roll out the results to teacher and staff to help them incorporate the results into their daily practices in supporting students. You can find slide templates here.

Present the findings during your staff meetings. You can find slide templates here.

Potential Actions for Teachers

Use the results to draft your professional development goals and your lesson plans.

Read more on how a teacher used her reports to reflect on her own growth mindset and improve her practice.
  • Facilitate peer to peer learning opportunities (refer to the school tab to see which schools need support in particular topics) and highlight specific use cases.

Use Playbook to discover various strategies to utilize.

Peer Examples

Learn more about how La Cañada Unified School District (LCUSD) used Panorama survey results for students, families, teachers, and staff to inform district and school-level strategic planning and support professional growth for teachers to better support students. To learn more about other case studies, visit here.

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