Critical Early Insights
SEAtS offer academic teaching staff and faculty leadership powerful insights into the attendance and academic performance of their students in real-time.SEAtS also give you the tools to measure the effectiveness of policies and procedures and to make informed decisions to effect change.
Early insights lets faculty view a range of metrics. These metrics can show patterns relating to a school, class, or age group. Understanding why a student is underperforming can lead to commonalities amongst a group which can be actioned with evidence.
Isolated data makes it difficult to ascertain why a student is not progressing. However, one month’s worth of data can be telling as to why a student is not progressing. Add that data to their peers in their class, and suddenly patterns can emerge. Critical insights mean that faculty can begin engagement and put the student on track for student success.
Plan for the Future
Automating communications relieve faculty of a huge amount of admin tasks so they can spend more time on building strong relationships with at-risk students. The frequency to which a student is automatically engaged with can be altered to suit any issue.