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EduLink Partners with Midwestern Intermediate IV to Provide PA-ETEP to PA Schools


PA-ETEP, Electronic Teacher Evaluation Portal, has been developed by EduLink Inc. in partnership with Midwestern Intermediate Unit IV.  This web-based tool guides and supports all the required steps of the Pennsylvania Teacher Effectiveness model from Pre-Observation to Final Walk-Through.  PA-ETEP is fully aligned to the PDE adopted process and allows for real time access to evidence and feedback for both the teacher and supervisor.  Each interaction is documented for record-keeping and authentication with a time and date stamp.  Accessible using any internet capable device, this system has a user friendly interface that eliminates the need for the exchange of paper documentation and enhances efficiency and accuracy.


EduLink Designs New Induction Program
Registration System for Allegheny County Teachers


New teachers in PA are required to participate in an Induction Program. The Allegheny Intermediate Unit (AIU) provides such a program for new teachers in the 42 school districts of Allegheny County. As part of the Induction Program, new teachers register for a number of workshops/courses in various learning domains. With hundreds of teachers registering each year, the tracking and monitoring of these activities becomes quite overwhelming. Seeking a solution for this dilemma, the AIU approached EduLink to build an online registration system that would track and manage all of this important information. What resulted from this collaboration was a customized solution that is based upon EduLink's core data-management platform. What once took hours to track and manage, now takes minutes.


Parks and Recreation Departments Benefit from 
Course Registration Software Designed for Schools

EduLink's web-based course registration software is being customized for parks and recreation departments to allow residents to register for programs offered by the municipality. The web-based software will use the same technology and design as EduLink's Course Registrar software that is used by intermediate units and educational organizations to allow teachers to register online for classes and workshops. Parks and recreation departments will now be able to post their entire catalogue of activities online so that residents can view and sign up for classes 24 hours a day/7 days a week from any computer with Internet access. Online registration will reduce personnel costs as well as printing and mailing costs. Residents will be able to quickly and easily sign up for activities online rather than through a brochure or mailer.


AIU 3 Selects EduLink to Host Entire 
Catalogue of Professional Development Offerings

The Allegheny Intermediate Unit 3 now exclusively uses EduLink’s Course Registrar System for its entire catalogue of professional development offerings. Credit and non-credit classes are available through the new EduLink system. Every teacher from the 42 school districts in Allegheny County and the Diocese of Pittsburgh now uses EduLink’s Course Registrar System to register for all of the AIU3 classes, workshops, and activities. The entire system is seamlessly connected to EduLink’s Act 48 Credit Keeper back-end XML platform which submits all of the Act 48 continuing education credits and hours directly to the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s PERMS system.


Intermediate Unit 7 Moves Entire Catalogue 
to EduLink’s My-Registrar System

Intermediate Unit 7 in Westmoreland County chooses EduLink’s Course Registrar System for all of its web-based registration needs. IU 7 has used a paper-based registration system for all of its professional development classes and workshops until now. The IU has moved its entire catalogue of course offerings to EduLink’s Course Registrar System.


Beaver Valley Intermediate Unit 27 
Launches Online Registration System

The BVIU and EduLink, Inc. have worked together to develop a customized online registration system for tracking and managing all of the IU’s professional development and continuing education hours and credits. The system allows teachers within the school districts of the BVIU to search for and register for classes. The system is connected to EduLink’s Act 48 Credit Keeper System that seamlessly submits all of the Act 48 continuing education hours and credits directly to the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s PERMS system.



Pittsburgh Technology Council Partners with EduLink

The Pittsburgh Technology Council Partners with EduLink, Inc. to host the first Teachers Teaching Teachers Professional Development Conference in Western PA. 

 

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