Hear the student voice, evaluate staff performance and collect feedback from teachers, pupils and parents.
Use education surveys to gain insight from staff, students and parents to action policy changes and improvements to the curriculum.
Gauge staff satisfaction, raise morale and drive goal achievement.
Encourage student engagement and parent-teacher communication.
Gain valuable insights on course content, learning resources and staff performance.
Create quizzes to test students and staff, and bench mark their progress.
Determine event dates and locations, and collect registration details.
Register and enrol students, take catering requests and collect consent.
Student satisfaction surveys can help determine if your school or university is meeting learner needs. From quality of course materials, learning support and teaching methods to accessibility of student services and campus safety, there’s nothing that feedback can’t improve.
Send a school questionnaire to parents and guardians to better understand their involvement in their children’s education. In doing so, you can create the necessary channels to support home learning and enable students to meet academic goals.
Ask teachers, administrators and other faculty members if they’re satisfied with the amount of support and resources available to them. And determine the effectiveness of procedures and leadership structures in your institution.
With whole groups of students leaving at the end of each year, you have an opportunity to collect feedback on their entire educational experience. You’ll be able to determine if your institution has met the expectations of learners and parents and bench mark your progress annually.
Customize our prebuilt themes with your school’s or university’s branding. Add images and logos, change theme colors and select a font. Report themes are also customizable.
All your projects on KwikSurveys are dynamic, meaning they will work seamlessly across all devices. This enables feedback to be given anywhere and anytime.
Get a more detailed look at your data by segmenting feedback from your education community. For example, you could use the filtering tool to create separate reports based on student demographics.
Tip: If you’re going to ask demographic questions, save them for the end of the survey. Asking for personal information at the start of your survey will lead to a lower response rate. Take a look at our other tips for survey design.
Your data will be available in your report in real time, making your feedback actionable immediately.
Longitudinal studies are important to documenting successes and failures of changes over time. For example, you could run a staff satisfaction survey to identify what changes you should make, then run it again at a later date to determine if your changes were effective. Continuously do this to bench mark your progress.
With KwikSurveys, you can run a survey multiple times and use comparison tool to compare the results of each run.
Tip: Don’t run surveys too frequently, this will lead to survey fatigue.
All the feedback you collect will be collated into a professional report. These results can be exported as a PDF or spreadsheet for paper distribution or access can be shared to the digital report with URL Link. This allows stakeholder to access your data quickly and easily.
Multiple reports can be created based on filter or comparisons. You’re also able to customize report themes and insert images, videos and text.
Use Page Logic to filter respondents to pages relevant to them based on their answer choices. An example for education surveys would be; sending students to a set of pages based in their year group or subjects.
You can also use logic to create qualification questions, e.g. if a respondent does not give consent for their data to be used in a study, they’re taken to the exit page.
Text Piping (advanced question logic) personalizes question and answer text based on a respondent’s previous answer. For example:
Question 1: Who is the head of your department?
A: James Rees | B: Layla Ackerman | C: Sam Evans | D: Amanda Locke
Question 2: How would you rate the leadership ability of James Rees?
Our Hidden fields enables you to pass respondent information into your results. This could be staff names, teaching posts, student numbers or any information you think could be used to provide context to their responses.
Collect wider data on students to understand the education demographics of your school or university. Then use this information to determine whether your student population aligns with diversity quotas and expectations. Ask teachers and department heads for key pupil and performance data for presentation to school inspectors and other stakeholders.
Our survey software can also be used for a range of other administration purposes:
Quizzes can be used to achieve a number of goals for schools, colleges and universities; from staff compliance, training and evaluation to fun quizzes and online tests for students.
Our quizzes (and surveys) can be taken on any device, from phones, to tablets to desktops.
Once you’ve set the points for each question, all quizzes are scored automatically and in real time.
Show or hide scores
Choose whether to show quiz takers their score ad correct/incorrect answers on completion.
Set grade boundaries
Apply grades to score percentages and create custom messages to be shown for each.
Class and individual results
Access the full answer sheet for each quiz taker or the collated results for the entire class.
Set a time limit for your students or staff to complete the quiz within.
Having a single focus will improve the quality of your results. I.e. If you’re measuring student satisfaction, don’t also ask about parent involvement.
Students and parents want their voice to be heard on education practices. Keep them updated and explain how past surveys have informed change.
School surveys are sent to a large respondent pool, so you’ll need to make sure it’s working as intended. Not all of your students will respond twice.
It’s likely that students and parents will respond to your survey using a mobile or tablet. So, it’s important that surveys are responsive on all devices.
To ensure a high response rate with student feedback surveys, you’ll want to ask students to complete them during class/ lecture hours.