Teachers called to give views on data use in secondary schools

Teachers using data system FFT Aspire are invited to take part in research on the impact of the ways schools use data.

The survey aims to reveal the different ways in which teachers use data, especially its place in informing, managing and monitoring our expectations of students’ academic progress.

 

Teachers taking part in the survey will be asked what they do with data and where they get it from, as well as perceptions of and attitudes toward aspects of data use.

 

Education data expert FFT has teamed up with the University of Southampton to carry out the research as part of its work to provide better feedback to schools about the most effective use of data.


The team is set to explore the variation in these aspects of data use both within and between schools, so teachers will be asked to identify their school and its location but not their name.

 

Schools won’t be named in findings from the survey. A summary will be available to FFT Aspire users, teachers and schools.

 

If you wish to take part in this exciting study, please complete a questionnaire which can be accessed from the following link:

 

https://www.isurvey.soton.ac.uk/18294 .

     
   
   
 
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