Recorded Webinars

Now Available as Video Tutorials

Several webinars took place throughout the month of August, 2016. The purpose of these webinars was to provide introductory information about the new version of eVAL 2.0 so that teachers and principals could begin using eVAL 2.0 for teacher and principal evaluations right away. They have been recorded and published below for easy access.

Setting up eVAL for 2016-2017

Audience: District Administrators of eVAL
Length: 58:56

This video will show District Administrators of eVAL how to select your district's frameworks, pair teachers with their evaluating principals, select their evaluation plan, write cross-district prompts, view coverage of evidence, and configure general settings in the eVAL tool.


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Using eVAL 2.0 for Self-Assessments

Audience: Principals and Teachers
Length: 44:24

This video provides an overview of how a teacher conducts a self-assessment in the new eVAL 2.0 tool. It will also demonstrate the interaction between the teacher and his/her evaluating principal.


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Using eVAL 2.0 for Student Growth Goals

Audience: Principals and Teachers
Length: 1:15:27

This webinar provides an overview of how the new eVAL 2.0 tool is used for Student Growth Goals. It will also demonstrate the interaction between the teacher and the principal.


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Using eVAL 2.0 for Observations

Audience: Principals and Teachers
Length: 1:34:02

This webinar provides an overview of how observations are scheduled, conducted and reviewed. It features the use of prompts for pre- and post-conferences, coding, packaging evidence, and sharing the final observation report. It also demonstrates the interaction between the teacher and the principal.


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Managing Artifacts and Evidence in eVAL 2.0

Audience: Principals and Teachers
Length:59:59

This webinar provides an overview of how to attach artifacts and manage evidence. It covers the three types of artifacts that can be attached; the sources of the artifacts, and the steps in attaching artifacts. In addition, it shares information about packaging evidence, and what steps need to be taken to make observation evidence to appear in the Year-to-Date Evidence menu. Finally, it demonstrates some interaction between the teacher and the principal when managing artifacts and evidence.


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