Add a NEW EDUCATOR
Do you have a completely new Educator that will be observed? Click the button to ADD a brand new Educator to your eWalkThrough® System.
Submit a NAME CHANGE
Did someone change their name? Click the button to submit a name and email address change to an existing observer OR educator.
Add a NEW OBSERVER
Do you have a new Observer? Click the button to add a new Observer to your eWalkThrough® System.
Moving Existing Educators within your eWalkThrough® System
Add a Building or Class
Do you have an educator who needs added to an additional building and/or additional class/group?
Move an Educator
WITHIN a Building
Do you need to move an educator in a building from one class/group to another class/group?
Access Levels for Observers
There are several different access levels for Observers in the eWalkThrough® system. When adding a new observer, please choose from one of the access levels below.
District/Institution Observer--This user has access to complete walkthroughs on anyone in their system, and to view data across all buildings/campuses, including at the individual teacher level. Typically this access level is for Superintendents and Curriculum Directors.
School/Building Observer - This user has access to complete walkthroughs on anyone in their system, and to view data for the building(s) with which they are identified/associated with and the teachers within building(s). This level is typically for Principals and/or Building Leaders. Note--If an observer needs access to more than one building, but not ALL buildings, that can be done--let Megan know which buildings to add to the observer's account.
Observer - This user can complete walkthroughs on anyone in the system, but cannot access data or reports.
Teacher Observer - This user can complete walkthroughs on anyone in the system, and can access data/reports on the walkthroughs that have been completed ON THEMSELVES by other observers.
ViewOnly - This user can complete walkthroughs on anyone, but the data doesn't store. It is typically used for training sessions, or when showcasing how the tool works.