Education Surveys

Online education surveys promote interaction between educationists. Whether it be teachers, students, parents or administrators, all can benefit from an online education survey. Here are a few thoughts on how educationists and students can make use of online surveys.

How Can Professional Educationists Use Online Surveys?

  • Student survey:

    Teachers and administrators can conduct surveys on students who, owing to the anonymous environment on the Internet, will be frank on what they really feel about facilities offered, course curriculum, extra curricular activities, placements, ambience, examination patterns and teachers' behaviour.

  • Parent survey:

    This survey helps to know parents' thoughts about the way their children are treated in an institution, about exam patterns, course curriculum, extra curricular activities, facilities, teaching quality and teacher-student ratio.

  • Teacher survey:

    The administrator of an education institute could survey teachers to analyze their views on the management, students' behaviour, facilities offered and atmosphere.

What Online Education Surveys Reveal.

  • Parent - teacher - student relationships:

    Online education surveys help administrators evaluate relationships between parents, teachers and students. Knowing this helps to encourage interaction and strengthen relationships.

  • Teaching quality:

    Student surveys collect feedback on quality of staff and teaching patterns the institute follows. Administrators would be able to identify students' needs and provide accordingly.

  • Infrastructure and facilities:

    Using the feedback from students and teachers, administrators could assess the quality of infrastructure and facilities.

  • Examination patterns:

    Administrators would understand what teachers, students and parents feel about examination patterns the institution follows. Their feedback helps administrators do the needful to better the system.

  • Atmosphere assessment:

    Student and teacher surveys reflect opinions on the atmosphere in an educational institute. Administrators will be able to consider and act on the feedback.