Getting where you want to go starts with knowing where you are.
Every classroom is unique, with its own set of people, opportunities and needs. Delivering the best learning environment for students takes a current, in-depth portrait of the learning experience as it stands.
The LEAP Personalized Learning Teacher and Student Surveys
We created the LEAP Personalized Learning Teacher and Student Surveys to deliver educators these portraits. Developed in collaboration with the American Institutes for Research, they deliver robust, 360-degree views of the learning experience. With over 9,600 teacher surveys and 95,000 student surveys taken, educators across the country are using our Survey reports to derive insights as they plot the best path forward for their students.
The PL Surveys are free of charge for all schools, regardless of location or previous experience with LEAP. As the movement to transform learning gains national traction, we’re committed to helping all schools figure out where they are—and we’re more than excited to see where we all end up.
Who Uses the Surveys?
The Personalized Learning Surveys are intended to help schools understand how learning is working in their classrooms. Teachers of grades 3-12 can get perspective on their own efforts to personalize instruction, as well as an in-depth look at how students are experiencing these efforts. Teachers of grades K-2 can also reflect and get perspective on their practices, but only through the Teacher Survey, as their students are too young to participate. We provide you with survey reports, in which results from both the Teacher and Student Surveys are framed to show teachers how their classrooms’ results compare with those from across the school.
Though only teachers can access reports on their specific classrooms, the Personalized Learning Surveys can also be a valuable tool for school and district leaders, who receive aggregate reports on our findings. These reports place the data in regional, national and historical context, enabling a data-driven approach to plotting the most effective paths forward.