When teachers survey their classes at Trinidad Garza Early College High School, students see how their opinions matter and have a direct impact on instruction. This article which spotlights Trinidad Garza Early College High School in Dallas, Texas, explains how student surveys were implemented in the school.Source:
Schools That Work, Edutopia, June 14, 2016Description:
A student survey allows students to voice their issues, needs, and desires, giving feedback on how a teacher can change his or her instruction to help them perform better in class.
When Christopher Pagan, a physics teacher at Trinidad Garza Early College High School, reflected on his students’ performance, he realized that they weren’t meeting his expectations or their own potential. “I needed to come up with some way where I could improve how they were performing in class,” recalls Pagan.
He didn’t have all the answers, so he came up with an idea: he’d ask his students.Read the full article here!