Sketch gives you enhanced control over what information your teachers can see. Why might you want to do this? Well, some schools like to share formative feedback with their teachers, without the distraction of a rating. Others like teachers to self-rate as part of the post-observation, and so prefer to hide the ratings until the scheduled debrief.
However you want to handle it, we've got you covered with these granular privacy settings:
- Marking all feedback (evidence, comment, rating) for a competency 'private'
- Marking some feedback for a competency 'private'
- Hiding all ratings within a form from your staff member
Marking all feedback for a competency 'private'
In the Give Feedback tab, head to the framework competency you want to mark private, then click the button marked Private in the top right corner.
You'll notice that the background turns yellow; this indicates that this feedback will be hidden from the teacher.
Note: Next Steps and Attachments will always display to teachers, even if the rest of the feedback has been marked private.
Marking some feedback for a competency 'private'
First, click the button marked Private in the top right corner. The background will go yellow to indicate it's private.
Now click on the padlock to unlock that feedback and make it visible to the teacher.
Unlocked feedback (i.e. anything that will be visible to the teacher) will display with a gray open padlock (circled here in green). Any feedback that is hidden from the teacher will have a gold padlock alongside (circled here in red). In the example below, the teacher will be able to view everything apart from the ratings given.