“I just wish I had one place to keep track of all of my classroom observations, teacher feedback, meeting notes, and PD goals.”

School leaders spend nearly 10% of their time each week managing the mountain of paperwork that comes from teacher observations and feedback. In many schools, teacher observation data is scattered across spreadsheets, emails, word documents, and Post-It notes, making it difficult to share feedback and analyze trends.

Why do schools need a platform?

Leaders should have one tool to do everything

When notes and feedback are scattered, classroom observation becomes an organizational nightmare for a school leader. Leaders need one place to take notes, share feedback, track goals, and analyze trends so they can spend more time with teachers and students and less time filling in spreadsheets.

PD should be aligned and data-driven

Without data analytics, school leaders provide professional development to teachers based on a hunch. When PD is not aligned to a teacher’s unique professional growth needs, teacher satisfaction decreases. School leaders need an easy way to see each teacher’s growth areas with the click of a button.

State reporting shouldn’t be a nightmare

Thirty three states require annual reporting of classroom observations and evaluations. School leaders must report teacher observation data to both districts and states in order to remain in compliance, and they deserve a platform that makes it easy.