TalentEd Multiple Evaluators

Highlighted
Padawan

TalentEd Multiple Evaluators

Hello! The teachers in our school are evaluated by just one of the building admin but we want all admin to be able to access all staff evals. We uploaded multiple evaluators for each staff member but after assigning them a process noticed that the tasks in each teacher's folder have a mix of evaluators responsible for them. Ideas on how to fix this? 

1 Solution

Accepted Solutions
Highlighted
Community Support Expert
Community Support Expert

Re: TalentEd Multiple Evaluators

Hi! @philgeo222 

 

Thank you for posting in the PowerSchool Community for assistance!

 

One can have multiple supervisors but only one assigned evaluator.  There are two alternatives:

1) If you list two supervisors for the Direct Report under Configuration>Staff, both will show by default as responsible for the process.

2) You can keep the default supervisor listed as responsible for the process, but assign the tasks to a second evaluator instead.

 

If you are having a mix of evaluators responsible, then you should assign a primary evaluator using the "assign evaluator" option.


Muskan Sehar

PowerSchool Community Moderator


Remember to give Kudos to suggestions that help you! If a suggestion solves your issue, please select Accept As Solution on the post so others can see the solution, too!
Community Moderator

View solution in original post

1 Reply
Highlighted
Community Support Expert
Community Support Expert

Re: TalentEd Multiple Evaluators

Hi! @philgeo222 

 

Thank you for posting in the PowerSchool Community for assistance!

 

One can have multiple supervisors but only one assigned evaluator.  There are two alternatives:

1) If you list two supervisors for the Direct Report under Configuration>Staff, both will show by default as responsible for the process.

2) You can keep the default supervisor listed as responsible for the process, but assign the tasks to a second evaluator instead.

 

If you are having a mix of evaluators responsible, then you should assign a primary evaluator using the "assign evaluator" option.


Muskan Sehar

PowerSchool Community Moderator


Remember to give Kudos to suggestions that help you! If a suggestion solves your issue, please select Accept As Solution on the post so others can see the solution, too!
Community Moderator

View solution in original post