Teacher Evaluation and Observation Reporting
In the data-rich environment of schools and districts today, it can be difficult to sort through the surplus of numbers to identify valuable information that offers insights to act upon and addresses the question of “what’s next?”
iObservation data reports equip you with the tools you need to act on information and make informed decisions
- Identifying growth trends and patterns against specific strategies
- Revealing effective vs. ineffective professional development programs
- Helping efficiently plan for budget and resource allocation
- Using formative student data to isolate the impact of specific strategies
- Connecting leadership performance, instructional practice, and student achievement
The structure of iObservation allows schools and districts to carve real-time data multiple ways, from a broad overview perspective at 50,000 feet to a ground-level look at one specific detail. For example, a report can summarize the frequency of observations conducted by principals in each school building across a district, or drill down to show observation results of every 6th-grade math teacher in the strategy ”Identifying Similarities and Differences”.
Qualitative vs. Quantitative Data
Data can only be as useful as the context in which it is provided. Leaders and teachers have the opportunity to offer their own qualitative commentary against the quantitative data through self-reflection, private conferences, and discussions so that analysis of data is complete with the story behind the numbers.
Learn more about how our Professional Development Services team can support you in the analysis of data for compliance, adoption, growth, and effectiveness.