The Data You Want—The Way You Want It

CatchOn engages the entire leadership team in data-driven dialogues to spur action that gets results. Here’s how our transformative tool and NEW student-level data module can help everyone in your district turn data into community-wide strategies.

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How do I track student usage and engagement? How do I promote effective professional development in a remote learning environment? ​How do I know my district is using effective apps without sacrificing data security? ​
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Explore the following use cases to learn how CatchOn improves app management for you and your team.
CatchOn, offers educators total visibility into their district’s technology use through an easy-to-use dashboard that can be customized to meet the varied demands of different roles in a district.
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When Santa Fe Public Schools decided to close, the district’s leaders quickly formulated a remote learning and professional development strategy to ensure students remained engaged and connected.
Even in February, many school districts are beginning budget-planning conversations for the following school year. To make sure your district’s budget has room for the right technology tools, plan to spend some time inside of CatchOn to analyze usage, ROI, and alternative applications that can potentially be purchased at a lower price.
Virginia Beach City Public Schools (VBCPS) began deploying its one-to-one (1:1) initiative five years ago. The district’s instructional and technology teams worked closely together to ensure teachers had the support and professional development required to ensure the initiative was a success. Now that the district has successfully made the digital leap, VBCPS leaders are asking themselves what’s next in terms of leveraging their online learning tools, devices, and data to further impact and enhance learning.
When it came time for Santa Fe Public Schools to update the devices supporting the district’s 1:1 initiative, they realized they were missing one critical piece of the puzzle—usage data.
Data-driven professional development can be a major asset to ensure teachers have the knowledge, skills, and tools they need to be successful.
Implementing a one-to one (1:1) device initiative for digital learning is a significant investment for any school district. It requires a well-crafted strategic vision for curriculum integration, a robust IT infrastructure, and training for faculty and students alike.