Learning analytics tools
Actioning learning analytics for impact
It’s fair to say that education shares a natural affinity for data. Whether it be overseeing class distributions, ranking marks books, or running pastoral care reports – schools naturally rely on data to measure, interpret and proactively manage the myriad aspects that contribute to student outcomes.
With digital student/school and learning management systems comes an enormous data trail, that allows schools unparalleled insight into each student’s educational journey – provided we know how to ask the right questions of the data.
Effective and efficient insights to turbo-charge impact
Developing dashboards and reports utilising school data can make a huge difference to school staff looking to understand where each child is at, quickly. Using data representations effectively and efficiently can provide deeper insight into your students in a fraction of the time, turbo-charging the opportunity for positive impact for each student’s education.
Learning analytics: custom development with SPS
Here at SPS, we thrive on enriching education, and supporting schools in their journey to provide the best possible education for the students in their care. One way we do this is to take the technical load of structuring and developing reports and dashboards for learning analytics.
Jeremy Hetebry, Educational Reporting and Analytics consultant
The combination of Jeremy’s 25 years’ experience in education, his background in (and inexplicable passion for) mathematics, and the new generation software tools in analytics enables Jeremy to provide a world-class engagement to schools interested in learning analytics.
SPS is SEQTA Software’s partner provider for custom development for SEQTA Analyse. We can provide custom development for data domains, as well as creating dashboards, ad hoc views, or reports that can be published through to SEQTA Teach for seamless utilisation of learning analytics in the teaching environment.
“If a school is looking to understand, present, and analyse the wealth of data that they have collected on their students to improve learning outcomes, then I would highly recommend engaging with SPS and Jeremy Hetebry.”
– Doug de Kock, Director of Library, Innovation and Learning Technologies