Sharing survey results with students is an easy way to engage them in the survey implementation process. Students are most likely to see the survey as a meaningful tool to share their experiences when they have an opportunity to see the results and changes being based on their feedback.
One way schools implementing the survey have communicated survey results with students has been through sharing "We Asked/You Said" statements and engaging survey participants in an active post-survey dialogue.
While we have provided this in PowerPoint template for presentation to students, messaging could also be displayed around the school (ex. posters, video loop on classroom/hallway monitors), on the school's website, in the school newspaper, etc.
We Asked, You Said.pptx (1.75 MB)