Analytics is part of the Jupiter iO all-in-one solution: A student can study a tutorial on their tablet while you monitor their progress, then take an online test, which feeds directly to your gradebook, which feeds into the SIS, where administrators can run analytics to measure the effectiveness of both the curriculum and your teaching.
Compare Schools, Demographics, and Teachers
Reports are pre-configured to instantly compare students by school, gender, race/ethnicity, and other custom groups. Also you can instantly compare each teacher, e.g., showing how each math teachers' students improved since their math scores from last year.
Jupiter makes it easy to compare how each student improved since the pre-test. This is especially important when comparing different groups of students who may have started at different levels.
Is the new curriculum better? Are the new teaching methods more effective? Jupiter makes it easy to compare two groups of students — an experimental group and a control group — to see if there is a statistically significant difference.
Each test may have sub-scores for learning objectives or different subjects. The reports automatically analyze each sub-score and the overall total.
Response to Intervention
Easily identify which students need the most help. By comparing pre-tests and past years, you can even identify which students are showing no improvement, or even declining — patterns which may otherwise be hard to spot.
If test scores go up 2%, is that significant, or just random variance? That depends. Jupiter runs a statistical T-test, based on the number of students and standard deviation, so you can scientifically prove whether or not your school is really improving.
Teachers can easily view their students' test scores, compare their own classes, and even compare their students against the rest of the school or district. Any test in their gradebook can be used for analytics.