Checking in with students provides actionable feedback on how lessons are being received by learners, informing adjustments in planning and practice to amplify teacher impact.
“The best classroom data I have ever seen”
Prof. John Hattie
What are you learning today?
Student responses across core subjects are coded by Verso using the rubric below and used by school leadership to measure impact
*The percentage of students that leave the classroom being able to clearly explain what they were learning
As part of the Verso Instant Check-in students are required to answer the question: How did you feel during today’s lesson?
Students are given a list of 16 adjectives to select from. Those students who could clearly explain what they are learning were 60% more likely to select only positive adjectives from the list.
Research shows that within just 10 check-ins, teachers use the Verso dashboards to adjust their teaching and increase the percentage of students who can clearly explain what they are learning by 51%.
Research shows that within 10 check-ins, teachers were able to use feedback from students to increase the percentage of learners who could clearly explain what they were learning by 51%.
“Our students now see their voice and agency as a change agent, reporting that when they provide feedback in Verso, something different happens in the teaching and learning that occurs in their classrooms.”
Mr David Cupolo, Principal