New Reporting Updates in School Improvement Network’s Observation 360 Use Teacher Observation Data to Increase Educator Effectiveness
SALT LAKE CITY—June 6, 2013—School Improvement Network, the leader in educator effectiveness resources, today announced new reporting capabilities that give administrators unprecedented access to teacher observation data and reporting through Observation 360.
“To truly foster educator effectiveness and spur growth, teacher observations and evaluations must be about more than just compliance,” said Chet Linton, School Improvement Network CEO and president. “By giving administrators access to teacher observation data in connection to templates for measuring results over time and other resources that stimulate continued growth, Observation 360’s reporting capabilities give administrators the tools they need to support their educators towards becoming as effective as possible and having tangible impacts on student achievement.”
Observation 360 is a classroom observation platform that allows administrators to conduct teacher observations and link personalized professional learning to those observations.
Through the new end-of-year reporting enhancements, Observation 360 users will have access to the following:
· Sub-response reporting on applicable reports
· Ability to include archived teacher observations in reports
· New Processes Data Export
· Redesign of Observation Data Export report
· Comments accessible in the Results Over Time by Template report
· Redesign and preview functionality added to the report selection page