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Hear From Our Customers!

"The Master Teacher's weCLIMB observation solution has been a great tool for our district. It is user-friendly and has helped us target instructional needs to best impact student achievement."

Amy Ferguson

Elementary Curriculum Director

Tupelo Public School District, Mississippi

"Please know that having The Master Teacher's weCLIMB made a big difference when we had our accreditation visit last year. They gave us high marks for our evaluation tool!"

Dr. Trish Wallinger


St. Mary's School, Nebraska

"weCLIMB has streamlined our admin team's classroom observation process. With the data in front of us, we are able to easily share/discuss the previous week's observations while we are in our Monday morning admin meetings. This is a product we hope to use for a very long time. Thank you!"

Jason McCauley


Palmetto Middle School, South Carolina

"I have worked with The Master Teacher for many years and find the PD very helpful and often uplifting for my teaching staff. I believe the teachers find this observation process helpful and it helps to create a positive dialogue between evaluator and teacher. The video option allows the teachers to critique their observation as well. Sometimes the teachers are able to see for themselves things that would be difficult for the evaluator to express, and they themselves look for ways to change."

Robin Dutt


Triumphant Learning Center, Inc, Arizona

"weCLIMB has given our teachers back their professionalism. The state of Colorado has a state-issued reporting system. It is tedious and our teachers did not feel they benefited from it. weCLIMB has all of the features we needed and allows our administrators to interact with the teachers in a more productive manner. The ability to take pictures in the classroom also provides wonderful talking points when conferencing with the teachers."

Lis Richard


Dolores School District, Colorado

"In our school, weCLIMB worked well as a springboard for leadership to have in-depth, but not overwhelming, conversations about teaching and learning with teachers."

J. Crabtree

Assistant Principal

Manhattan Charter School 2, New York