School Passport: Engagement
The Most Powerful Learning Analytics Tool
Measure All Reading, Learning, & Engagement
Increase Outcomes | Uncover Passion | Transform Learning
Who’s Using School Passport Engagement?
- Increase Engagement
- Engagement Analytics
- Save Money on EdTech
- Promote Student Interests
- Deploys in Minutes
- Data for Reporting
- Plan & Monitor Apps
- Understand Device Usage
- Monitor Daily Engagement
- Create Engagement Challenges
- Articles by Reading Level
- Student Passion Portfolios
Not Just Clicks. Patented Technology measures
actual engaged time, reading level, and category
across the web.
How Does Engagement Work?
Add the Chrome Extension
School Passport Engagement‘s patented technology measures when students are actually reading and engaged with high accuracy, and calculates the reading level and subject area of every webpage.
One click in the browser provides a fully customizable launcher to all school provisioned applications.
Educators can assign and monitor learning across the web by reading level, subject area, or website. Students get rewarded for learning and engaging in content that interest them.
School leaders can instantly see how learning is being accomplished on all devices. Educator designed visualizations simplify thousands of data points. Drill down to a specific student by the minute.
School Passport Engagement works on the entire web, but to make things even easier, meet the library. The most popular and interesting articles on the web, organized by subject area and reading level from over 300 educational websites. Students have never been more motivated to read!
Why Our Community Loves Us
Educational Technology at Aurora Public Schools
“We use School Passport Engagement as a core solution for our district of over 30,000 students. We needed a tool to track and measure online reading and engagement. We found that we could easily launch this to thousands of classrooms and strat to gain valuable data about reading habits and important support for kids. Teachers can also see student passions and help foster a love of reading.”