Dynamic Reports & Updates – Spring 2016

PA-ETEP now has several dynamic reports that administrators can use to gauge activity, review
identified areas of strength/growth, and collectively analyze rubric ratings. These reports are useful in gaining high-level insights and creating strategies to drive professional development.  Building Principals, NTPE Supervisors and School District Admin users can access these reports by clicking on their Administration tab and then Reporting.

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Observation Summary Report

Generate reports that summarize activity by building, including the number of open (in-progress) and completed Walkthroughs, Formal Observations, Differentiated Observations, Student Learning Objectives, NTPE Observations, Anecdotal Notes, etc.

Areas of Strength and Growth Report

Generate reports that summarize areas of growth and strength by teacher by building.

Component Ratings Report

Generate reports that summarize rubric ratings by component area. View rubric ratings by teacher by building.

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Recent Enhancements to PA-ETEP

NTPEs can now complete more than one NTPE Observation per year and easily access the state provided Guiding Questions and Types of Evidence through a link built directly into the observation!

New printing capabilities based on popular request!  Teachers and principals can now print Formal Observations and Differentiated Observations prior to authentication.

A link to professional development courses provided by PDE on the SAS portal is now available via the Observation Summary Form within Formal Observations and on the Resource page.  Click here to learn more.

Also, several software optimization efforts were introduced with our recent updates and we have seen results of up to an 80% increase in speed and responsiveness in various areas of PA-ETEP.  Some of the areas with the most noticeable performance gains include the Supervision Management page, the load and submission of observations, rubrics, and comments, plus an overall improvement across the system.