Student Well-Being

Proxy Indicators

Activity :

As an example, review this table to help you understand what IRC program staff might try to measure to give some feedback on their progress toward the objective:

Teachers use teaching instructional and classroom management strategies that promote students' well-being.

Look carefully at the suggested proxy indicators and Means of Verification

Objective: Teachers use teaching instructional and classroom management strategies that promote students' well-being

Possible Proxy Indicators

Possible MoV

Students asking questions of the teacher in class

  • Classroom observation form with space to record number of questions asked by students

  • Interviews with students to ask if they ever ask questions in class

  • Interviews with teachers to ask if the students ever ask questions in class

Students playing in groups in the playground during break-times

  • Playground observation form

  • Interviews with students to ask what they do at break-time

  • Drawing activity for students: they are asked to depict an average break-time

  • Interviews with teachers/teaching assistants to ask what happens at break-time

Students sharing food together

  • Mealtime observation form

  • Interviews with students to ask what happens at mealtime

  • Drawing activity for students: they are asked to depict an average meal-time

  • Interviews with teachers, cooks, feeding assistants to ask what happens

Students sharing learning materials in class

  • Classroom observation form with space to record use of learning materials

Students walking to and from school together for classes

  • Observation of early morning arrival and departure

  • Interviews with community members and parents on young people's coming and going from school