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TeachPoint Launches Professional Development Tracking Tool

TeachPoint today announced the launch of its Professional Development (PD) Tracking Tool.
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TeachPoint today announced the launch of its Professional Development (PD) Tracking Tool, designed to track, manage and streamline the professional development process for schools.

The TeachPoint PD Tracking Tool is offered in conjunction with the TeachPoint Evaluation Tool. Features include:

  • Create and manage all events and attendee registration, as well as approve credits from one central location.
  • Launch and communicate new in-school professional development events, then auto-generate and distribute certificates of attendance.
  • View and sign up for available professional development events and request to attend events outside of the district/school.
  • Gather attendee feedback using pre-built templates or by creating tailored questionnaires.
  • Track professional development credits required for recertification.

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