Student Perception Survey

In December and January of this year, eligible teachers with students in grades 6-12 participated in the Student Perception Survey. In March 2022, teachers received their Student Perception Survey results and access to Playbook, an online professional learning tool. The following resources are available to help you understand how to interpret and use your results.

Included Resources

This user guide provides teachers with an overview of the Student Perception Survey Report and includes instructions for how to access and navigate their individual results.

This reflection guide is a professional learning tool designed by Panorama Education to help teachers examine the feedback in their Student Perception Survey Report and use the information to set goals and guide practice.

This user guide provides school leaders with an overview of the Student Perception Survey Report and includes instructions for how to access and navigate school, district, and citywide results.

The purpose of this document is to align the NYCDOE Student Perception Survey (SPS) to the Danielson Framework for Teaching Rubric. The charts in this document detail both topic-level and item-level alignments to the Danielson Framework for Teaching. Each scale is aligned to multiple components within the Framework for Teaching. Each item is also aligned to a primary and secondary component within the Framework for Teaching. Given the high degree of overlap across topics and components, the alignments are meant to be representative but not exhaustive.