Give your evaluators everything they need in one place. Observers can view the “Required Observations” for each staff member and use OnCourse to schedule conferences, observations, and walkthroughs.
Save time with intuitive tools for scripting classroom visits, tagging evidence into your rubric, and delivering personalized feedback.
OnCourse acts as your “virtual assistant”, eagerly handling the tasks that most evaluators dread. Let OnCourse Evaluate collect your electronic signatures and auto-calculate all the elements of your summative evaluation forms. Stay on top of your schedule with automatic calendar events for every scheduled observation. Invite staff to create online Professional Development Plans or even conduct a self-assessment.
OnCourse Evaluate also generates your state-required documentation at the click of a button.
OnCourse Evaluate provides a library of on-demand reports for every purpose a supervisor could need. Keep an eye on logistics, like missing observations and SGO submissions.
Or, examine the domains of your rubric where staff seem to need the most professional development.
OnCourse Evaluate supports several Danielson frameworks, including the Danielson Framework for Teaching (FFT.) Over the last two and a half decades, the FFT has been used by countless educators worldwide. The FFT has the power to accelerate teacher growth, improve student outcomes, and create a more rewarding and sustaining professional environment. By supporting teacher reflection, collaboration, inquiry, and innovation, the FFT has had a direct impact on student learning and development.Learn More about Danielson
The Stronge Teacher and Leader Effectiveness Performance Evaluation System is a comprehensive, uniform evaluation system that consists of teacher, educational specialist, and leader components. It uses multiple data sources, including observations, artifacts, optional surveys, and goal-setting/student learning objectives, to provide a comprehensive performance portrait of each educator.Learn more about Stronge
Based on the proven instructional strategies in Classroom Instruction That Works (2nd ed.), the CUES Framework focuses on evaluating teacher growth, reinforcing teachers’ depth of knowledge (Content) and their abilities to deliver high-quality instruction (Understanding), create conditions that support learning for all students (Environment), and use resources to inspire rigorous learning (Support).Learn more about McRel
Lauren MacinskySpecial Education
R. PappaTeacher, Maurice River Township School District
Sam has spent 25 years in education technology, specializing in Student Information Systems. There isn’t much Sam hasn’t seen, from DOS-baseD SIS programs to mind-bending master schedules. He will put his wealth of experience to work in crafting the perfect suite of software and service for your school district.
Outside of work, Sam enjoys family vacations and spending time in Cape May, NJ.