Best Practices in the Era of Ever-changing Teacher Supervision and Evaluation Models

| January 11, 2019

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Top-performing educators can drive student success in your district, but state and federal requirements have often made teacher evaluation and support a real challenge for district leaders. Often, regulatory compliance took priority while professional development slipped.However, passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) in 2015 gave states the freedom to rethink supervision, evaluation, and development processes. PowerSchool Lead Strategic Education Advisor Lisa Andrejko teaches you to use data, rubrics, and staff management techniques within this new regulatory environment to foster a culture of continuous development.

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raspU is called the people’s LMS because anyone with any level of computer or mobile skills can access and/or manage the system. The typical problems and obstacles that traditional Learning Management Systems (LMS) cause are eliminated in graspU. Therefore, we also like to call it the “un-LMS” because the system was developed with the most advanced technology available in order to create the most user- friendly, simplified LMS experience ever introduced to the market.

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raspU is called the people’s LMS because anyone with any level of computer or mobile skills can access and/or manage the system. The typical problems and obstacles that traditional Learning Management Systems (LMS) cause are eliminated in graspU. Therefore, we also like to call it the “un-LMS” because the system was developed with the most advanced technology available in order to create the most user- friendly, simplified LMS experience ever introduced to the market.

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