Pre-packaged student management systems are good at some things, but when it comes to your school or district's individual needs they generally strike out. Generic reports and bulky data systems can make life easy for your data managers but hard for your school leaders and teachers. Instead of giving a one-size-doesn't-fit-all product, we like to work with schools and districts to determine what best fits their needs.
Faster and Easier
Educators' time is best spent with students, not with data input and collection. Too often teachers and principals don't use products that take too much time or are too hard to learn. Our reports are created with the click of a button and always have real-time data, while data entry is streamlined. We save your time by spending more of our time to craft the best product possible. Our product is made for educators because it is made by educators.
Everything in One Place
Most districts purchase several programs. One covers lesson plans. Another does tests and quizzes. A third for classroom observations. We think that's like going to the lettuce store, the onion store, and the dressing store just so you can make a salad. We put everything in one place. That means teachers only have to remember one password and learn one system. It also means administrators can get all of their data from one place. Click the button below to see some of the modules we offer.
From an online referral system and easy-to-use gradebooks to behavior goal-setting and data tracking, we offer a variety of modules for student management at the school and district levels.
Observation and Feedback
From online accountability memos to observation forms and instantaneous feedback, our teacher-based modules are geared towards helping principals and curriculum coaches improve teachers' craft.
Most schools and districts have a mayriad of programs they use, one for each application. This leads to data fragmentation and an inefficient use of resources. We solve that by combing all of your data in one place.
Currently educators look at data separately. They will look at assessment data to see which kids are proficient and which kids are struggling. They will look at attendance data to see which kids are coming to school and which kids are truant. They will look at discipline data to see which kids are behaving and which kids are acting out. So the data looks a lot like a collection of graphs with no relation to each other.
edhub is built around 3 beliefs about data:
Data should be easy to input.
Data should be easy to analyze.
Data should be available to all stakeholders.
When you use edhub, data no longer lives in isolated chunks. Instead, each child has a multitude of data points that can be analyzed at one time, presenting educators with a richer, clearer picture of what is truly happening in classrooms and schools.
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