What menus show up in eVAL for a principal?
When a principal evaluates a teacher:
A principal or head principal has four primary responsibilities when using eVAL to evaluate teachers:
- Review self-assessments that are submitted by their assigned teachers;
- Set and communicate goals, and respond to goals that are self-assigned by teachers;
- Schedule and conduct observations and conferences; and
- Review (and possibly score) evidence.
To carry out these responsibilities, a principal interacts with menus for specific tasks and activities (shown below):
- Dashboard - The principal can view and monitor progress toward the completion of each teacher’s evaluation.
- Artifacts - The principal can view items that have been shared by their teachers.
- YTD Evidence - The principal can view, monitor and <possibly> score evidence that has been submitted by his/her teachers.
- Student Growth Goals - The principal writes and assigns goal prompts, and reviews and (possibly) scores goals submitted by his/her assigned teachers.
- Observations - The principal schedules, conducts and reviews observations with his/her assigned teachers.
- Self-Assessments - The principal reviews (and possibly scores) the self-assessments submitted by his/her teachers.
- Summative Evaluation - The principal engages in the summative scoring and the creation of the final summative reports.
- Setup - The principal can add prompts to the prompt bank, and assign teachers to him/herself (if the District Administrator of eVAL has delegated that task to the School Administrator and Principal
- Resources - The principal has access to pertinent resources that have been provided by the District or School Administrator of eVAL. The principal can also provide these resources, as well.
When a principal prepares for his/her own evaluation:
A principal who is being evaluated has four primary responsibilities when using eVAL:
- Conducting a quality self-assessment (according to the district's selected instructional framework);
- Engaging in goal-setting;
- Interacting with the evaluating principal during the observation process; and
- Managing artifacts and evidence of professional growth, proficiency, and student achievement.
To carry out these responsibilities, a teacher interacts with menus for specific tasks/activities (shown below):
- Dashboard - The principal can monitor activity in which s/he has engaged.
- Artifacts - The principal uploads and describes resources that can be shared with his/her evaluating administrator, and that might be used as evidence.
- YTD Evidence - The principal manages resources that serve as evidence in his/her evaluation.
- Student Growth Goals - The principal writes his/her own goals, as well as writes goals in response to prompts.
- Observations - The principal participates in the observation cycle.
- Self-Assessments - The principal completes his or her self-assessment.
- Summative Evaluation - The principal views and prints the summative scores of the evaluations.
- Resources - The principal has access to pertinent resources that have been provided by the district or school administrator of eVAL.