For supervisors: How to View Observation Data

This video will review what an observation is and how supervisors can view their personal and team members observation data.

Difference between observations and assessments: An observation is when your supervisor observes your performance on multiple different procedures at the same time, including completing the professionalism and environmental barriers checklists. Whereas, an assessment is when your supervisor measures your performance on one procedure. 

You can access your observation data by going to your scorecard and clicking on the observation tab at the top. 

You can access your team members observation data in two ways. First, you can access your team members observation data by clicking on the team tab on the left hand side of your screen and then clicking on observations. Here you see all of the observations that you have completed and it is not sorted by supervisee. You can also access their observation data by going to their scorecard and clicking on the observation tab at the top. Here are all of the observations you’ve completed for one particular team member. This view provides you with the information of what their score was in each area and what observations were completed. On the left you can see whether the observation is still in progress or has been finalized. 

In progress means that the observation has not yet been finalized; therefore, the score is not reflected in your supervisees platform. Finalized means that the score is submitted and cannot be changed; therefore, the score is reflected in your supervisees platform. 

You can view an observation by clicking anywhere on the row. On the left hand side of your screen, you will see all of the details that you saw on the previous page. On the right hand side of your screen, you will see the scoring summary for all of the procedures that you scored your supervisee on during the observation. As you scroll down, you will see how you scored each of the checklists. Once you are done reviewing, you can close out of the view.

More information on how to create observations for your supervisees is provided in the how to create an observation training video.