The Reliability Option:
The reliability most relevant to TTU is "interobserver" or "inter-rater" reliability. To say that TTU scores are "reliable" means that a classroom teacher would code his/her behavior the same as would a visiting observer.
Reliable scores are sometimes called "trustworthy" or "believable".
Reliable TTU scores have been obtained over several teachers and types of classrooms. But if reliable TTU scores are needed, each new teacher using the TTU system must be "trained to reliability".
Two levels of reliability training are:
TTU© Confidentiality & Security
Confidentiality and security are among the highest priorities of TTU©. The purpose of this document is to summarize the policies and practices currently in place for providing a confidential and secure environment for gathering, storing and using TTU© data. For purposes of the User Agreement, users refer to the district, school or teacher level users.
We welcome questions and comments related to confidentiality and security of information entered into TTU©. If you have additional questions, or suggestions please contact our Support Team (email@example.com).