Using Educational Data to Make a Difference
Improving student achievement. OnHand Schools is dedicated to providing a suite of tools that makes data manageable so educators can do what they do best.
View ALL of your data in one online location. Identify at-risk students, review assessment scores and manage interventions.
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The EdInsight Instructional Management System
The EdInsight Instructional Management Systems consists of various modules that are integrated on a custom basis to assist school districts in improving instruction and results in their school district.
The EdInsight Modules are:
- EdInsight Data Window
The EdInsight Data Window is a graphical roles based data analysis system that enables users to make data informed decisions.
- EdInsight Data Analyzer
EdInsight Data Analyzer is a rich ad-hoc report writer that helps users perform student data analysis at the detailed level without requiring the user to understand SQL queries.
- EdInsight Curriculum Management System
The EdInisght Curriculum Management System is a curriculum mapper and online lesson planner that connects curriculum to state and common core standards.
- EdInsight Assessment Builder
With the EdInsight Assessment Builder tool teachers and administrators create tests for use both online and via bubble sheets, allowing educators to check for understanding with skills mapped back to standards.
- EdInsight RTI Software or RTII
The EdInsight Response to Intervention Software module helps educators tier students based on the data in the EdInsight Instructional Management System. The RTII software has a complete set of reports.
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