ProjectEVOLVE launches School Account Analysis Dashboard and more new features!

ProjectEVOLVE launches School Account Analysis Dashboard and more new features!

ProjectEVOLVE are pleased to have launched their School Account Analysis Dashboard which allows school account admins to track resources that have been used, analyse various strands that have been focused on and analyse outcomes of Knowledge Maps; all of which enables admins to delve deeper into the tool!

This new dashboard feature gives admins full oversight of their school’s account, whilst also providing ProjectEVOLVE users with an opportunity to track and analyse how their class are utilising the Knowledge Map resources.

The first version of the account dashboard is available to support admins who need to manage and analyse ProjectEVOLVE activity and their school’s progress; giving them easy access to data and analytics which can be used to further develop curriculum and lesson plans.

School Account Dashboard preview

April has turned out to be a busy month for the EVOLVE team, as the launch of this update is not the only exciting development! Alongside the release of the Knowledge Map Dashboard, the free service also features video content from BBC OWNIT (the BBC's online safety platform), which is existing content on the BBC site, mapped to ProjectEVOLVE and "Education for a Connected World" statements.

In turn, links to ProjectEVOLVE resources are now included in BBC OWNIT’s lesson plans to increase students’ knowledge and understanding of the online world. 

Not only that, but users can now search for appropriate curriculum material on the ProjectEVOLVE resource page, whilst the pages filter list has also been updated. Finally, relevant curriculum areas have been tagged to statements; enabling curriculum leads to understand their relationship and how they are linked.

Curriculum feature preview

All of these updates come after the launch of the ProjectEVOLVE evaluation report which highlighted the impact of the service and how schools are getting the best out of the tool. The report brought together first of its kind data and amongst many positive findings, found that the service is ‘’unquestionably providing tools and resources that education professionals value’’.

Existing ProjectEVOLVE users can find all of these updates and much more by visiting the ProjectEVOLVE website. Other education professionals can also find out how the tool can develop and enhance curriculum and learning, by signing up to ProjectEVOLVE for free!

We’ll be providing more information about each new update in the coming weeks, so remember to follow us on social media or subscribe to our newsletter to discover much more.

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