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Comparison of Responses to Q1 & Q2

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SUMMARY THEMES

School Environment
Teaching & Learning
Student Support
Curriculum
Extra-Curricular & Physical Activity
HR & Board Level
Other




Question 1 asked participants what we do well.  Question 2 asked where we can improve.  This graph compares the responses to questions 1 and 2 by theme.  Each theme can be explored in greater detail on the following slides.  Click on the links beneath the bar graphs to review the original comments in response to the questions.

Looking at this slide, we can see that generally, we received more positive responses to Question 1 in regards to School Environment and Extracurricular and Physical Activity.


school environment graph

Q1: School Environment

Q2: Q1: School Environment

Culture
Equity and Diversity
Class Level Communication
School Level Communication
Communication Tools and Events
Board Level Communication

Gender Inclusive
Safety
Facilities
Aggressive Behaviour
Schedule
Transportation

Culture
Equity and Diversity
Class Level Communication
School Level Communication
Communication Tools & Events
Board Level Communication

Gender Inclusive
Safety
Facilities
Aggressive Behaviour
Schedule
Transportation


This graph
shows the feedback with respect to teaching and learning in more detail.  You can see that more positive feedback was received with respect to learning environments and differentiated learning.  More opportunities for improvement were noted with regards to technology, instructional quality and practice, class size and reporting.

Click on the links for each section to explore the results in more detail.


Teaching and Learning

 

Q1: Teaching and Learning

Q2: Teaching and Learning

Learning Environment
Technology
Instructional Quality
Instructional Practice
Differentiated Learning
Class Size
Reporting

Learning Environment
Technology
Instructional Quality
Instructional Practice
Differentiated Learning
Class Size
Reporting


This graph shows the feedback with respect to teaching and learning in more detail.  You can see that more positive feedback was received with respect to learning environments and differentiated learning.  More opportunities for improvement were noted with regards to technology, instructional quality and practice , class size and reporting.

Click on the links for each section to explore the results in more detail.



Student Support

Q1: Student Support

Q2: Student Support

Wellness Strategies
Learning Support Programs
Mental Health
Mental Health Professionals
EAs and Support Staff
Classroom Supports
IEP
Extended Day Programs
Assessment and Testing

Wellness Strategies
Learning Support Programs
Mental Health
Mental Health Professionals
EAs & Support Staff
Classroom Supports
IEP
Extended Day Programs
Assessment & Testing


This slide looks at the feedback to Questions 1 and 2 in more detail in the area of student support.  You can see that there was more positive feedback about wellenss strategies, learning support program and the extended day program.  More opportunities for improvement were identified in the area of mental health, educational assistants, classroom supports, individual education plans and assessment and testing. 

Click on the links to explore the original feedback to each question in more detail.


Curriculum

Q1: Curriculum

Q2: Curriculum

Special Education
Speciality Programs
Electives
Learning Skills
Math
Arts
Core Curriculum
Life Skills

Career Pathways
Modernize Curriculum
Resources
Indigenous History
Kindergarten
French Immersion
Equity and Standardization

Special Education
Speciality Programs
Electives
Learning Skills
Math
Arts
Core Curriculum
Life Skills 

Career Pathways
Modernize Curriculum
Resources
Indigenous History
Kindergarten
French Immersion
Equity and Standardization


This slide looks at the feedback to Questions 1 and 2 in more detail in the area of curriculum   You can see that there was more positive feedback about special programs, electives and indigenous history. More opportunities for improvement were identified in the areas of special education, learning skills, math, arts, core curriculum, life skills, career planning, modernizing the curriculum, resources, kindergarten, French immersion and equity and standardization. 

Click on the links to explore the original feedback to each question in more detail.


Extracurricular and Physical Activities

Q1: Extracurricular and Physical Activities

Q2: Extracurricular and Physical Activities

Benefits of Extracurricular Activities
Variety of Activities and Clubs
More Physical Activity
Field Trips
Outdoor Activity
Sports

Benefits of Extracurricular Activities
Variety of Activities and Clubs
More Physical Activities
Field Trips
Outdoor Activity
Sports
Extracurricular


This slide looks at the feedback to Questions 1 and 2 in more detail in the area of extra-curricular and physical activity.  You can see that there was more positive feedback about the benefits of extra-curricular activities, the variety of activity and field trips. More opportunities for improvement were identified in the areas of increased physical activity, outdoor activity, sports and extracurricular. 

Click on the links to explore the original feedback to each question in more detail.


HR & Board Level

Q1: HR & Board Level

Q2: HR & Board Level

Professional Development
Staffing
Staff Mental Health
Board Level Administration
Workload

Professional Development
Staffing
Staff Mental Health
Board Level Administration
Workload
Funding


This slide looks at the feedback to Questions 1 and 2 in more detail in the area of human resources and Board level issues.   You can see that there was an opportunity for improvement identified in every sub-theme in this area.

Click on the links to explore the original feedback to each question in more detail.


Other

Q1: Other

Q2: Other

Other

Other




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