Data Management: MyLearningPlan makes TED user-friendly

Many New York school districts are already using MyLearningPlan to manage and report on professional learning and educator evaluation, so MyLearningPlan OASYS is a perfect tool to manage the Teacher Evaluation and Development (TED) process, too. Managing the TED process is made easy through the online data platform's intuitive and user-friendly data collection tool:

  • All TED teacher practice rubrics, forms and components have been pre-configured in MyLearningPlan OASYS, streamlining the process and reducing start-up time for districts.
  • MLP leverages all of the evaluation and professional development data that is amassed in online portfolios and can be uploaded to NYSED TEACH for reporting requirements.
  • Evaluators are able to easily track the progress of evaluation components, schedule meetings, access forms and analyze data.
  • Specially-designed reporting tools enable graphic, real-time insights regarding all aspects of the evaluation process for individuals or across grade levels, subject areas, buildings and the district as a whole.
  • Interactive rubrics for coding and sorting of evidence, and graphic tools help calculate composite scores based on multiple measures.
  • Evaluation results can be directly linked to the teacher's professional development activities.
  • MLP OASYS can be customized to link with many professional learning choices - within the district, through BOCES, Teacher Centers, NYSUT's Education & Learning Trust, higher education institutions and other providers.
  • Using OASYS, districts can generate analytical reports summarizing results by grade level, school building, standard or performance indicator to provide targeted guidance to district professional development plans.
  • Providing educators access to their current and past evaluation-related forms enhances collegial conversations and maximizes transparency.
  • Consistent with the TED model, MyLearningPlan OASYS empowers teachers as active participants in, rather than recipients of, their own evaluations by enabling them to document their knowledge and evidence to facilitate effective collaborative dialogue.