leverage our capabilities to quickly extend yours
integrate your assessment materials
There are thousands of questions you could combine into your pedagogy, from a myriad of sources. Most teachers we work with have a metric mile of trusted paper and digital assessment materials - and they know how to use them!
Our content team transforms your current materials and experience into directed and adaptive assessment question libraries.
Literatu includes the tools for you to transform your trusted assessment materials into online digital resources. Our authoring and transposition tools make it easy and quick to get going. If you are out of time, let us get you started.
Let's have a conversation about how we can get you and your materials into a new frame of reference.
develop teacher analytics skills
What's the mean, mode and median of your results?
What's the standard deviation of the class compared to the cohort?
Is this important?
How can data better inform my teaching?
Can data be live, as learning happens?
How do I get to my data?
How can I best use adaptive learning to deal with wide variations in learning ability?
Sometimes you just need more information. If you have questions like these, we help teachers respond to what the data is telling them. Give us a call.
power better insights (BI)
Every school we meet wants to leverage their vast data sources to find better ways to teach and grow student learning. It's not all about grades - all the time. Pastoral care and holistic student well-being should reference data from multiple sources.
We get data and we build a lot of it as well. We give you links to your data via Power BI to help you build out a complete picture of growth.
We can even help you deliver intelligence via Microsoft Power BI.
hone your competitive advantage
There really is no 'default' or 'first-mover'competitive advantage created simply by having access to vast quantities of learning data. Every school is able to capture volumes of the same or very similar data.
Competitive advantage will only build momentum when school leadership decides to be intentional with data, leveraging insights that integrate improvement and change in teaching and learning.