Welcome to Tracker Apps
Unlock the power of self-awareness and life-long learning.
Our Apps Can Help you
Track your lifelong learning journey
CredsPo gives everyone the ability to easily track, record and celebrate their learning journey. You can set goals, record progress for skills and attributes, and create a digital record of all your learning.
Service Tracker is a journal, log book and guided reflection process all rolled into one.
Put your learning into action by engaging in service with your community. Follow the five stages from Idea to Reflection.
Plan and track your academic skill development using Skill Tracker. Record your progress in different skills to earn achievement badges.
See which skills you need for academic success and create a plan to reach your goals.
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what our clients have to say
“We have used Service Tracker to create an organized, easy-to-use archive of proof of work in the classes our organization mentors. We are very pleased with the features which facilitate distance learning, feedback, and find that children and young adults respond favorably and with an improved sense of ownership over their learning processes."Joel RadvanyiService Tracker User
“It's a great way for students to actively identify and track their skill development. The students and teachers can see at the end of the month the skills that they have developed. Also as a teacher I am more mindful of incorporating ATL skills in my lesson plan so I can ask students to track and reflect what they have learned and why do they think they have learned a particular skill. It is also interesting to see the app has an option of tracking the level of skills, as a teacher I can develop students' skills from a novice to an expert. "Amal HammadiSkill Tracker User
“Students have more opportunities to reflect on their work, and they can have individualised conversations with their teachers about the skill development. Tracking the number of skill clusters 'hit' over the course of the year helps tremendously when refining plans for the following year. It was interesting so see how Communication skills were the most commonly recorded at first, but as the year progressed, Thinking skills overtook them - an interesting trend, and perhaps a positive knock-on effect of e-learning."Vaughan KitsonSkill Tracker User