The intuitive user interace makes it easy to retrieve assessment data and present it as visually-informative charts, tables and graphs.
EdPotential has been developed in consultation with Kiwi teachers for New Zealand schools.
EdPotential allows principals, management teams and teachers to work collaboratively to share successful pedagogical approaches that help all students.
Not only is EdPotential compatible with any school management system, it can analyse data from any qualifications assessment system (e.g. NCEA, CIE and IB), any standardised test results (e.g. e-asTTle, PAT and PaCT), and most class- or school-based assessments.
EdPotential gives schools the ability to analyse their assessment data and use the findings to measure and track what’s working and what’s not.
Research supports the idea that analysing assessment data – and acting on the findings – is one of the best ways for schools to improve student achievement. 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 is a revolutionary solution that enables schools to quickly and easily analyse their assessment data in an in-depth, insightful way that supports reflection and decision-making, and improves teaching and learning outcomes.
"Teachers are curious; if you give them the facility to explore the data (i.e. EdPotential) they will utilise it."Steve Hargreaves, Principal
"It gives me a quick way of seeing patterns in data - Excel was just too time-consuming by comparison."Dr Ian Thomas, Head of Faculty, Science
"It’s a great self-reflection tool that helps teachers to meet the criteria for their 3-yearly teacher registration."Steve Buckley, Head of Faculty, Mathematics
"We can quickly and easily compare any cohort or group of students in an easy-to-understand way."Madeline Thompson, Deputy Principal
Identify the issues, and target the right solutions to see academic improvement.
Give teachers evidence of how their teaching is influencing their students' learning so they can adjust their teaching practices accordingly.
It can be difficult to lift achievement – or allocate resources – if you don’t know what or where the gaps are. Identify where support is needed so you can target your resources more effectively.
Straightforward analysis of student performance means that learning difficulties can be identified – and therefore acted upon – earlier.
Identify effective assessment practices and implement them across the school.
Improve decision-making and planning based on in-depth information about subjects, classes, demographics, teaching and student learning, and comparisons against national and international norms.
Give a quick, clear snapshot of the holistic and operational performance of your school to any of your stakeholders.
Say goodbye to laborious manual reporting and you'll save money and potentially hundreds of hours of teachers' time that could be spent teaching.
Today, the EdPotential team consists of a unique blend of individuals with a diverse mix of specialist skills and experience – from education and business through to software development – but with one shared goal: to help all New Zealand schools to improve student achievement.
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