Today’s schools are compiling vast amounts of data from an influx of education software applications, but they often lack the time and tools required to properly analyze the data and transform it into meaningful action.
Here are three ways data analytics tools can help!
Receive Actual Usage Data Versus Anecdotal Evidence
Surveying faculty and staff to assess the effectiveness of purchased learning tools doesn’t necessarily yield the most accurate results. When making a software renewal decision, there is no substitute for actual usage data. Data analytics tools like CatchOn provide users with real-time trending application usage, enabling technology leaders to quickly assess the value and effectiveness of their software investments.
Inform Training for Better Adoption
Even the most innovative software applications can’t improve the learning experience if they aren’t implemented properly. Data analytics tools like CatchOn can offer district leaders visibility across all devices, empowering them with the ability to identify which solutions may not be implemented broadly and may require more training for improved usage.
Monitor EdTech Impact in Your District
It is nearly impossible for district leaders to have visibility into every single software application being used by their teachers and students. CatchOn tracks all software applications you purchase, including free or unapproved apps, enabling leaders to easily monitor impact as well as diagnose apps vulnerable to student data privacy policies, all without having to provide usage data or suffer through a rigourous setup process.