In the case of busy school districts, managing educator and staff evaluations and professional development can be complicated, but with the right professional and performance evaluation tools, educators could actually feel empowered by the process. When empowered with the right performance management tools, administrators and educators alike can walk away with actionable feedback and guidance to drive individual performance and team productivity.
The TeachPoint Educator Evaluation Solution and Professional Development Tracking Solution can make it simple and accessible, so organizations have more time to focus on improving teaching and learning.
Performance Evaluations: Who Benefits
Teachers can maintain their teacher portfolio to support their evaluation process by uploading and tagging evidence to their performance rubric, all easily shared in one place online.
Principals can manage the evaluation process, view deadlines, take action, and customize views, and auto-generate certificates for recognition.
District leaders can foster collaboration and coaching to strengthen teacher and staff development using a library of reports to view data trends to manage district growth and performance.
Tech directors can implement software that is intuitive for teachers, staff and administrators to use, with customizations that are simple and easy for IT staff to support.
Top Benefits of Performance Evaluation
TeachPoint’s customizable Educator Evaluation Solution automates the teacher and staff evaluation process and puts valuable data at your fingertips, so you have exactly what you need to foster collaboration, manage growth and performance, and strengthen teacher and staff development.
The TeachPoint Professional Development Tracking Solution helps busy administrators plan, manage, and track professional development activities. Our customizable solution makes it easy to create events, streamlines communication, and simplifies the entire process.
At Vector Solutions, we help organizations focus on improving performance and outcomes with:
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