Trust Mapping equips schools to proactively identify the social connections of students. Identifying issues before they become problematic.Start your free trial
Students group peers into five simple categories relating to how they view their relationship with each.Learn more
These groupings generate meaningful data, providing a snapshot and trends relating to overall class connectedness.Learn more
Digested data forms the basis of a focused plan by the school to develop good connectedness for individuals in need and the cohort.Learn more
Trust Mapping equips schools to proactively identify the social connections of students. Identifying issues before they become problematic.
This tool has transformed the relationships our students have with each other in our school. It gives teachers insight into how their students are really travelling and helps them help their students.
Yes. As soon as you have a login you can set up your own classes. Adding and removing students is quite easy. If, on the other hand, you find this difficult we have video tutorials to walk you through the process. You can also always phone directly and speak to us and we can walk you through step by step.
Trustmapping initially consulted Dr. Ruth Wraith Child Psychotherapist at Royal Children’s Hospital during the early stages of development. A more extensive evaluation was later undertaken by Dr. Brigitta Bogdanov PhD, Organisational Psychologist. (Feel free to request Dr. Bogdanov’s contact details if you would like to communicate directly with her).
There is a script provided to read out to each class so there is a unified understanding of the key terms as well as instructions on how to complete the survey.
Make contact with email@example.com and he would love to discuss with you which particular strategies may be best for each context.
You will still be able to log on and use Trustmapping into the future and access all of the data for the students that you surveyed. If you would like to re-engage Trustmapping in the future the data will continue to be longitudinal from the first instance.
Check for outliers. Identify students who stand out from the mean of the cohort, students with no “Trusted Allies”, students whose total score difference from term one to term two is noticeable. Identify relationships which are out of balance. Identify students who see large number of students as “Unsure”.