The SAPP tool is getting a makeover.

  • Reorganizing content to improve workflow clarity.
  • Improved feedback after submitting assessments.
  • Improved controls and reporting for District administrators.
  • Revised Data-based Decision Making module coming soon!

Please let us know if you have any questions about the new and improved features.

The SAPP Tool

The Self-Assessment Practice Profile (SAPP) is a tool designed to help educators self-check implementation levels of newly learned skills and knowledge. Educators use the SAPP tool to produce results indicating their implementation levels. Building and district leaders use those results to build reports, providing a picture of implementation levels. Reports should be used for collective planning among all levels of educators. MMD educators are encouraged to use the SAPP at least twice per year. However, it can be used more frequently as a coaching or reflective tool as needed.

For each MMD practice, there is a Dashboard, Self-Assessment Questionnaire and Practice Profile. These are aligned to the professional development materials provided on

Getting Started for Teachers

  1. Create a user log-in by registering.
  2. If you already have a log-in, you can enter your information and use the tool.
  3. The tools opens to the Dashboard.
  4. Click on the “plus” button next to the name of the practice to complete a SAPP questionnaire.
  5. Name your results in the box at the top of the page.
  6. Click “Share with Building Leader” if you want your results to be eligible for building reports.
  7. Click “Save Self Assessment” at the bottom of the page. This action will take you to your results: shaded practice profile.
  8. Click back to return to the Dashboard.
  9. In the “Your Assessments” box at the bottom of the page, you will see your saved results.

Getting Started for Building Leaders

  1. Create a user log-in by registering.
  2. If you already have a log-in, you can enter your information and use the tool.
  3. Click on the Leader link on the top navigation bar.
  4. At the bottom of the page, click “Create Report.”
  5. Name the report, or it will default to “Building Report as of Year-Month-Day.”
  6. Select the teachers you want included in the building report for each practice. (Be sure the teachers in your building are sharing their report by clicking the “Share Self-Assessment” button located at the top of the teacher Data Dashboard.)
  7. Click “Create Building Report.”
  8. The report shows the number of teachers in each proficiency category for the essential functions.
  9. At the bottom of the report, you can see each individual teachers’ practice profile. Click on a teacher’s name (e.g. “John Smith Collaborative Teams Practice Profile”) to see that practice profile.
  10. Click back to go back to the Leader page.

Data Dashboard

Self Assessment

Practice Profile