Literacy Mindset Surveys
Literacy Mindset Surveys will be available for Elementary, Middle and High School students. These surveys provide opportunities to learn about students as readers at the beginning of the year. Teachers can use results to identify assets, mindsets, and beliefs students bring to reading. Teachers and students can reflect on results together to create goals in reading.
Instructions to Take the Elementary Reading Interest Survey
Teachers administer the ES Reading Interest Survey in English or Spanish using the following instructions.
Elementary Reading Interest Survey Report
Ideas for Reading Goals and Resources - English and Spanish
Instructions to Take the MS Literacy Survey
Students answer a 12-question survey using a favorability from strongly agree to strongly disagree.
Teachers view the survey questions of the MS Literacy Survey, and can administer this survey asynchronously to students using the following instructions.
Middle School Student Literacy Survey Report
Teachers can view results of the Middle School Literacy Survey via Illuminate - at MS Literacy Mindset Survey Results
High School Student Literacy Survey
Students answer a 11-question survey choosing favorability along the following scale: Always True, True, Sometimes True, Never True.
Teachers view the survey questions of the HS Literacy Survey, and can administer this survey to students using the following instructions.
High School Student Literacy Survey Report
This page was last updated on August 18, 2022