HOW EDUCA WORKS
An online community around each child.
Create a circle of learning
Online sharing puts everyone who cares about a child on the same page. This is how it works.
– Child plays and learns
– Teacher observes, records and shares with parents
– Parents respond and/or add their own stories
– Teacher uses feedback
Teachers share by class, group or individual child. One click, multiple posts.
Parents invite extended family and others. Observations and conversations about a child all in one place.
Use any device
PHOTOS, VIDEOS OR OBSERVATIONS
In one click, our learning documentation software saves activity to a child’s file and sends updates to parents by class, group or for a single child. You can also use voice dictation on most phones to record on the go. Finally, outgoing teacher communications can require approval.
Strong parent-teacher connection
COLLABORATION TO EXTEND LEARNING
Educa messages are like texts, instant and more intimate than email. Parents engage. If they carry on the learning at home, it is easy to report back with comments or by posting their own stories to the child’s portfolio.
Link to any learning goals
HELP PARENTS UNDERSTAND THE VALUE OF YOUR SERVICE
It’s not just play! Our learning documentation software links to any pre-loaded curriculum – early state guidelines, your own curriculum or an approach, such as Montessori. Once loaded, you can customize to your needs.
Share documents with parents
WIN THE PAPER WAR
Send newsletters, announcements and requests from a central messaging dashboard. And upload forms and resources to the parent portal for convenient sharing with parents.
See what's going on each day
Track a child’s progress, parent engagement and staff activity. Make more informed decisions.
All of the parents have accepted invitations to join our Educa site.
The feedback we have had from them is quite outstanding. They find
it a wonderful way to share with friends and family their child’s life at
preschool. It also provides them with an insight into what their child
has been doing on a regular basis, without the need to pass a portfolio
backwards and forwards between the home and school.
— Ruth Libby, Koru Montessori