Student Data Analytics

Inquire. Analyse. Act

Software that enables schools to inquire into assessment data, analyse it to identify opportunities for growth and then act to target solutions that improve learner outcomes.

Why EdPotential?

EdPotential gives schools the ability to analyse their assessment data and use the findings to quickly identify learning growth opportunities.

Research supports the idea that analysing assessment data and acting on the findings is one of the most effective ways to improve learning outcomes. But although schools have been collecting data for decades, they typically lack the time or resource to analyse this potentially valuable information in a useful way.

EdPotential enables schools to quickly and easily analyse assessment data in an in-depth and insightful way making reflection and decision-making more impactful for teachers and learners.

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Aggregate and analyse assessment data

Intuitive
Easy to retrieve assessment data and present it as visually-informative charts, tables and graphs.

Relevant
Our software has been developed in consultation with local teachers.

Collaborative
EdPotential allows principals, management teams and teachers to work collaboratively to share successful pedagogical approaches that help all students.

Flexible
It works seamlessly with any school management system and can analyse data from any qualifications assessment system, any standardised test results and most class or school-based assessments.

Benefits

Improved learner outcomes
Identify the issues and target the right solutions to facilitate growth.

Enhance and improve teaching practices
Provide teachers with evidence of how their teaching is influencing their students’ progress so they can adjust and reinforce accordingly.

More consistent assessment implementation
Identify effective assessment practices and implement them across the school.

Save time and money.
Say goodbye to laborious manual reporting and save money and time which can be repurposed for effective pedagogy.

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