Getting Started with Student Wellbeing Measurement at Your School
27 April 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
As educators we all know that the wellbeing of students is foundational to learning and educating the whole person. Schools are increasingly investing time and resources into improving student wellbeing, so it is imperative that you understand the strengths and weaknesses of your unique context to guide informed decision-making and continuous improvement. Measuring students’ wellbeing allows you to track patterns over time, identify problems, strategically plan ahead, adapt and improve your approach and action problem areas when needed.
Wellbeing measurement is usually one of many tasks you, as a busy educator or school leader, must fit into your day. When schools begin researching wellbeing measurement, the tools, data analysis, graphs and reports can seem overwhelming and intimidating, especially to those with limited data analysis experience.
This interactive seminar breaks down the process of getting started with wellbeing measurement at your school into practical, easy to understand steps and considerations. You are led through a process of how to set up measurement, choose appropriate tools and use your data to improve student wellbeing on an ongoing basis.