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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.

CatchOn is proud to have participated in CoSN’s flagship initiative Driving K-12 Innovation. In collaboration with other education leaders, we helped produce two reports on the best strategies and practices to help ensure diverse districts leverage the power of technology, regardless of their circumstances. The Driving K-12 Innovation’s reports’ findings emphasize the need to: Focus on personalized learning to ensure extraordinary student outcomes. Ensure digital equity to help close the achievement gap. Leverage digital collaboration environments to effectively leverage the power of emerging technology. CatchOn’s ability to provide clear and comprehensive insight into application usage and engagement data analytics helps districts overcome the top Hurdles, enable the...
Formulate data-driven action plans
BLOOMINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS | BLOOMINGTON, IL Customer Success Story Safeguarding student data is a primary responsibility for today’s school districts. Just one moment’s lapse in data security can result in a host of serious consequences for students: compromised safety, stolen identity, a ruined credit score, and more. Because data breaches can have costly impacts for students well into adulthood, many states are supplementing the national Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) with robust local privacy laws. Bloomington Public Schools (BPS), a district serving approximately 6,000 students in rural Illinois, is integrating data analytics tools to help meet the standards...
Customer Stories
Avoid the app gap!
Avoid the App Gap Single sign-on (SSO) tools help education leaders manage the resources and applications that their district procures. However, relying solely on an SSO to identify the apps your students are using can have serious consequences, as they are not designed to give you the full usage picture. 15x In fact, our usage data shows that, on average, the number of unknown apps in use is 15x higher than the number of total apps thought to be in use. Here are four ways district and school leaders can use CatchOn’s real-time, intelligible data and reports to immediately discover...
Personalize learning
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? ​
Customer Stories
Understanding how students are engaged with assigned learning activities and applications is more critical than ever.Discover how you can leverage CatchOn’s student-level data to advance learning continuity in your district. Stuck in the Digital Divide Student:Martha is attentive in class, but on remote days she seems to be falling behind on her assignments. CatchOn Helps:Using CatchOn, you monitor how often Martha is engaging with online applications at home and identify significant usage gaps. After speaking with her, it is discovered that her home Internet access is very unreliable, and she needs a hot spot. In Need of a Time Manager...
Personalize learning
Evaluate, validate, and communicate the efficacy of your remote and hybrid learning strategies.
Ensure fiscal accountability
Review solutions for using engagement data to navigate today's learning continuity challenges.
EdTech
Explore the following use cases to learn how CatchOn improves app management for you and your team.
Formulate data-driven action plans
How CatchOn Can Help You Analyze Device and Application Usage
CatchOn utilizes the roster you upload to identify the campus, grade, course, and sections of a user, so keeping your roster updated is important for making sure your data is accurate. This is most true at the start of a new school year when there are changes in student grade levels as well as staff transitions.
Ensure fiscal accountability
Distance Learning Top 4 Tech Insights
Download infographic data and key takeaways to help evaluate your remote and blended learning strategies.
EdTech
Here are four ways CatchOn empowers districts to most effectively manage remote and blended learning in the 21st century classroom
Personalize learning
Washington, D.C. (May 21, 2020) – Lillian Kellogg, Senior Vice President of Client Services at Nashville-based ENA and CatchOn, won the prestigious Private Sector Champion Award today at the CoSN Annual Conference, in recognition of her tireless dedication to leveraging the power of technology to improve education. CoSN’s annual Kathy Hurley Private Sector Champion Award recognizes someone whose outstanding impact on the edtech community extends beyond the confines of his or her job. For more than thirty years, Ms. Kellogg has gone above and beyond the call of duty to support CoSN and its mission. As a longstanding member of...