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Webinar: A Demonstration of Pivot with 5D+™

Recorded: August 13, 2014

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Watch this recorded webinar demonstration of Pivot with 5D+™, a mobile observation and walkthrough tool. This webinar will provide an overview of the web-based interface of Pivot with 5D+ for schools looking for an electronic tool to use on a laptop, tablet or other web-enabled device.  

Created by principals for principals, Pivot with 5D+ enables administrators to collect and code evidence from observations, conversations with teachers, student work, and artifacts in order to complete mid- and end-of-year formative and summative evaluations in a totally mobile and paperless environment.

Pivot with 5D+ provides a simple, efficient and effective platform for principals, assistant principals and instructional coaches to collect evidence of classroom practice based on the inquiry-based growth model of the 5 Dimensions of Teaching and Learning™ and the 5D+ Teacher Evaluation Rubric.

Pivot with 5D+ (formerly 5D+ GoObserve) was developed through a joint partnership between the University of Washington Center for Educational Leadership and the Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals, and is maintained and supported by Five-Star Technology Solutions.

This webinar is presented by Pam Winders, a trainer and product specialist with Five-Star Technology Solutions.

About the Presenter

Pam-WindersPam Winders, Product Specialist/Trainer, Five-Star Technology Solutions

Pam Winders has over five years of experience implementing and supporting technology in K-12 education. While working at Cloverdale Community Schools in Cloverdale, IN as a certified technician, she managed over 1300 computers and wireless devices and trained staff on multiple software programs. She currently specializes in training administrators, teachers and technicians on Five-Star Technology Solutions Pivot software via webinars and on-site training sessions.


5D, 5D+, “5 Dimensions of Teaching and Learning” and other logos/identifiers are trademarks of the University of Washington Center for Educational Leadership.

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