School culture starts and ends with people. Everyone involved in a school should have a platform to make their feelings known. Pulse makes this happen, democratizing feedback to make every voice heard.Start your 30 day pilot
Pulse surveys are simple to complete ensuring responses are frequent and participation is high. Available to all, Pulse surveys collect the feedback you need to identify areas where improvements should be targeted.
I believe my school has a bright future
Pulse collects feedback through regular, anonymous online surveys. Designed to take no longer than 90 seconds and completed with a swipe of the finger, Pulse surveys enable continuous feedback through the year.
Pulse builds a holistic view of opinion by delivering a varied set of questions to each user on a regular basis. Responses are collated into scores for key areas providing powerful insights from staff, students and parents.
Pulse surveys remove any barriers to completion by being available on any device and in any language the user prefers, ensuring easy adoption, reduction in survey fatigue and responses that truly reflect how users feel.
Engaged employees are involved and invested in their roles. They’re happier, enthusiastic and help to build a positive school culture and provide meaningful learning experiences.
Engaged students have a higher degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion in their learning and are motivated to practice higher-level critical thinking skills.
Engaged families work together with school staff to look for ways to support and improve the learning and growth of students and are advocates for the school in the community.
Initiatives for successful school improvement tackle the issues that matter most to staff, students and parents. Pulse delivers survey results in a format that lets you see instantly where you need to focus your efforts.
Consolidated survey scores show how respondents feel about key areas. Pulse displays these as pillars enabling easy score comparison. Staff, students and parents pillars focus on the areas that matter most to them.
Pulse lets you assign respondents to groups enabling drill down to a department or year level. This granular filtering lets you identify specific areas for improvement without losing the anonymity of the respondent.
Snap shot views only give a partial picture of feelings across the school. Viewing the trends across time shows whether issues are a short term blip or a long term decline and to focus your actions where they're needed most.
Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction
at Fort Smith Public Schools
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