Administrator Dashboard of student engagement (usage, trends, and analytics drilldown by school, grade, subject, question)
District/School Management (add, invite, and view users)
School, grade, and subject comparison reports
View system-wide continuous improvement efforts (surveys issued daily by school - without educator names)
Searchable knowledgebase of all coaching tips (school or district and national)
Summary reports of coaching tip usage and effectiveness by grade, subject and category
Instructional technology professional learning needs assessment survey and report summary
Assigned educator profile information and their lesson engagement reports
Notifications of new lesson engagement reports
Ability to create and assign coaching tips to educators
Access to personal coaching tips library and tip reviews
Access to national coaching tips knowledge base (TEK-Base)
Access to research-based instructional strategy (RBIS) database
Access to our Slack community of Tip Masters for support and consultation
How We Support Educators and Districts
We work with your school or district to ensure LessonLoop Tip Masters understand your instructional goals, curriculum, and digital toolbox to provide the most meaningful coaching tips and research-based instructional strategies.
We provide a series of optional one hour sessions to introduce the survey, set-up accounts, and facilitate professional learning communities where our Tip Masters review Lesson Engagement Reports and coaching tips with educators. We also provide train-the-trainer sessions for district and school instructional coaches and custom sessions for district and school administrators.
We will work collaboratively with you to support your student engagement, professional learning and coaching goals, providing advice and consultation as-needed. We are here to support you and serve as your trusted partner.
We provide live telephone, email and chat support from 7am to 8pm EST, Monday - Saturday.
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