Data mining systems are already playing a crucial role in today’s education landscape, but EdNarrator could further transform education by using A.I. technology.
Do you know that 80% of educators are spending too much time in administrative and grading work? Worry not, EdNarrator is here to take away the’educators’ burden. This will enable them to focus more on providing human interaction with learners.
Today, an average class consists of up to 40 learners. At such a scale, it is difficult for teachers to apply adaptive and personalised learning strategies in teaching Mathematics. Learners from both primary and secondary levels may face many learning challenges. These includes difficulty in remembering facts, concepts, rules, formulas, sequences, procedures and operation signs. Without a personalised learning process that focuses on individual learner, it will be at-risk to any learner if left out of any kind of assistance.
Through the Math Competency Scorecard™ (MCS), we are able to use and apply learning analytics that will provide crucial insights into learners’ learning difficulties and strengths. Educators who used to track learner’s Mathematics understanding manually can now harness the power of data science through the scorecard. Educators will be able to use the time available to build better pedagogies, empower learners to take an active part in their learning. Target students at-risk, and assess factors affecting the success of learners in a different institute.
We make learners realise the fact that whosoever quit learning has quit progress because learning has no limit, it is a continuous thing.
Youth need positive learning attitudes, strong leadership attributes, and good social skills to succeed in the next phase of their lives. Throughout their lives, youths need to position themselves to be successful job creators or managers in their entrepreneurial and corporate journey. Employers send their employees for skill upgrading or development so that they can value-add and contribute back to their organisations.
This results in time and money wasted, which could be more efficiently employed.
Employment Readiness Assessment™ (ERA) is the analytics scorecard developed to identify students’ readiness for future employment. This tool will help colleges and universities align academic and non-academic data for each student to decide who are the best fit for future recruitments, and identify students at-risk in order to assist them in building a career after graduation.
LIFE™ scorecard can be used to screen and monitor the progress of employee training by relying on an automatically generated learning roadmap. Through a web-to-mobile platform, driven by powerful analytics, each trainee’s career potential will be reviewed based on their competencies. The platform is designed to help transform trainees by addressing their gaps and increasing their motivation to achieve goals. The report generated by LIFE™ can be further used to understand how well the trainees adapt to the workforce environment through their learning and character development in the training course.
Questions such as “Did the training investment pay off?”, “Are the employer’s expectations clearly communicated to employees and training providers?”, “Did the implementation of the training program impact business results?”, and “Did the employees like the training program?” will be answered through the assessment. The assessment is beneficial for employers that would like to seek a positive return on their investment in training their employees.
JCP™ helps educator to assess the learners, in areas such as subject learning progression, learners’ social and emotional welfare, and employment readiness.
Students will be able to evaluate their emotion side of learning with JCP™ scorecard. JCP™ scorecard measures the readiness for students to tackle industry challenges and opportunities. It comes with dedicated bespoke roadmaps and action steps for the students to improve themselves.
Through JCP™, educators can understand the students’ state of minds better, helping the students to improve their study environment, and ultimately, improve their standards of learning and better prepare them to face the working world beyond university.