1.  Support – PA-ETEP has a robust collection of support and training materials.  Comprehensive Getting Started articles and links are now available.  View PA-ETEP Support Updates


2.  PA-ETEP Overview for Teachers and NTPEs Slideshow – Included in the slideshow is information pertaining to registration, portal navigation, email notifications, SLOs, Formal Observations, Differentiated Observations, Walkthroughs, NTPE Observations, Anecdotal Notes, 82 Forms and Support. View PA-ETEP Overview Slideshow


3.  Getting Started Links – Each major process and workflow has a Getting Started link.  Look for the blue Getting Started links inside each module.


4.  Attachment Module – The Attachment Module affords users (teachers, NTPEs, and supervisors) the ability to attach files where ever they add a comment.  Learn more


5.  Nontenured Role – School district admin users (portal mangers) can add the nontenured role to their teachers and NTPEs.  By adding the nontenured role to a user’s account, nontenured users can be identified and sorted on the Supervision Management page.  Learn more


6.  Self-Assessment Rubric – When you start a Formal Observation or Differentiated Observation for an NTPE, the self-assessment rubric that is presented/available to the user is discipline specific (i.e., school counselor, school nurse, school psychologist, behavior specialist, etc.).


7.  SLO Teacher Expectations Preset Management Tool – School district admin users (portal mangers) can create default percentages for their teacher SLO expectations.  Learn more


8.  Change Evaluator Feature – All supervisors (School District Admin, Building Principal, and NTPE Supervisors) can change the assigned evaluator for open items.


9.  Change School Year Feature – All supervisors (School District Admin, Building Principal, and NTPE Supervisors) can change the school year on items.


10.  Reset Password Feature – Forgot your password?  All users can easily reset their password in a secure and efficient manner.  Click “Login”, then “Reset Password” to see how.