Empower your customers to use online learning participation and engagement data to support learner success.
Your district partners are looking to connect data from Learning Management Systems (LMS) and data from Student Information Systems (SIS), in order to properly evaluate student participation and engagement patterns, enabling meaningful teacher interactions and just-in-time support for online learners.
When the LMS and SIS vendors work together they can provide powerful data to their school district partners. When district administrators and educators have both data sets combined they can more effectively and efficiently support students across all learning platforms.
Students in classes with higher engagement had 22% higher achievement than students with low engagement.
Students in classes with higher levels of engagement gained 2.5 months of learning compared to peers.
Students report only feeling engaged in their school experiences 55% of the time (and among high schoolers, only 42% of the time)
Providing your customers with timely data that is both geared to solving a specific use case and already in an Ed-Fi-ready format adds value to your product offering. Districts looking to use data more efficiently and effectively need actionable data in real-time and in a format that allows for accurate comparison. By supporting your districts in their interoperability journey, you’re proactively offering them a solution that helps them achieve their goals more quickly.
It’s hard to say. Development will vary based on the resources a technology provider assigns to the project and the requirements of your client. What we most often see in the field is approximately one month of planning, one month of development and one month to deploy.
Members of your product and technology teams should be prepared to develop a support solution to help your customer execute their Engage Online Learners Starter Kit. The details of how you can support them are found in the Solution Guide linked below. Sales and marketing teams may also be involved to publicize your efforts to support educators’ use of the equitable access starter kit.
All Ed-Fi technology and resources are available at no cost to all parties. There are resource and development costs a vendor will incur like any technical project.
The Engage Online Learners use case requires data to be sent from the school district’s Learning Management System (LMS) as well as their Student Information System (SIS). The Engage Online Learners Solution Guide details the data necessary to support this use case, as well as the technical documentation to establish an active implementation.
The Ed-Fi Starter Kits are step-by-step guides to help school districts and education agencies implement interoperability to solve a specific challenge like, chronic absenteeism or equitable access. The Ed-Fi Solution Guides serve as a step-by-step manual for vendors who want to support their clients as they enact an Ed-Fi Starter Kit. The Solution Guide includes developer notes, shortcuts and details the data necessary and technical documentation to support an active implementation.
The Engage Online Learners Solution Guide is designed to help Learning Management Systems (LMS) and Student Information System (SIS) vendors provide the necessary data to help their customers solve this specific challenge.
To increase the value of your product offering and strengthen customer relationships with school districts, click the link below. There, you’ll gain access to our step-by-step Solution Guide that will help you and your customers solve the challenges they experience when attempting to effectively engage students’ online learning.
The Engage Online Learners Solution Guide outlines the following steps:
The Ed-Fi team is here to help. Reach out to us to learn more about how Ed-Fi can help you take on education’s biggest challenges with our technology suite, resources, and community of data problem solvers.