The model has been developed and validated in close collaboration with school practitioners and lead researchers, providing school leaders and wellbeing executive staff with research-informed feedback across a wide range of student wellbeing areas.
MMG Embeds Self Determination Theory into Student & Staff Wellbeing Research Instruments with Benchmarking Capability
Self Determination Theory (SDT) is recognised as an important measure of student and staff wellbeing and allows school leaders to target initiatives that enhance staff and students’ basic psychological needs and satisfaction with flow-on effects to school motivation and psychological wellbeing.
In May/June 2020, MMG Education conducted research involving a number of leading schools in Australia and New Zealand regarding experiences and learning from Home Based Teaching.
In excess of 7,500 parents, 4,200 students and 729 teaching staff participated in the review covering key elements of home-based teaching.
The MMG Education Analytics team have refined and aligned a statistical research methodology known as Derived Importance, to help schools better understand which customer experience improvements matter more, and ultimately where to focus efforts and resources.
MMG Education has introduced the Net Promoter Score® (NPS) measure to all of its questionnaires. This will provide schools with an additional measure of parent, staff and student advocacy and measure of loyalty, and the ability to benchmark against other ‘like’ schools.