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With both Skill Tracker and Service Tracker, together or separate, you are in good hands to track student progress.

Both products were created to work separately or in tandem, in order to ease the implementation of the IB’s new Standards and Practices for 2020.

Skill Tracker

Skill Tracker is a platform that enables students and teachers to track student progress with regards to ATL skills. It ultimately alleviates teachers and coordinators of the burden of managing students’ ATL skill progress. In doing so, it also empowers students to log, track and take ownership of their journey through skill development.

Service Tracker

Service Tracker is a journal, log book and guided reflection process all rolled into one. It allows students to record their service learning plans activities, experiences and reflections. It enables students, teachers and coordinators to easily follow the 5 stages of service learning in all projects.

If you are a Curriculum Coordinator…

Schools seeking IB authorization must provide detailed evidence of student learning and community engagement in the core of the IB; in particular Approaches to Learning and Service Learning. Both products provides a simple way for students, teachers and school communities to track their implementation of these critical IB requirements.

If you are a Teacher…

Our products shift the burden off of your shoulders and allow students to have agency

Tracker Apps shifts the job of monitoring Service Learning Projects away from teachers and empowers students manage this on their own. Data generated by students provides teachers with up to the minute feedback on student progress.

For Students and Parents

Our software is designed to prompt critical thinking, logging of skills and reflection at all stages of the student’s progress.

With the tightening of ATL requirements coming 2020 for schools in the International Baccalaureate Community, it will become more crucial that IB schools are able to properly record, evidence and report on Approaches to Learning Skills and Service Learning Projects.

As a company founded by educators, we understand the challenges that Administrations, Teacher and Students face when fulfilling curriculum and administrative requirements. This is why we started with two applications that focus on logging and tracking ATL’s and Service Learning.

Tracker Apps Blog

The Problem with Grit

The Problem with Grit

By Lance King Grit (as defined by Angela Duckworth of the University of Pennsylvania as the tendency to sustain interest in and effort toward very long-term goals) does not now appear to be the robust predictor of academic success previously claimed by its current...

Skill Based Learning for a Career

Skill Based Learning for a Career

By Becky McCauley How do you teach a skill? In my opinion you probably don't. Well, at least not in the conventional sense.  Developing skills is a different process altogether. It’s a lot more like planting seeds. You provide the right growing conditions, add food...

ATL Skills and the Teaching of Virtue Ethics

ATL Skills and the Teaching of Virtue Ethics

By Erika Elkady (Twitter: @secondary_jbsis ) Last week in our blog David Spooner suggested re-contextualising ATL skills, seeing them as not something 'separable' from content. This week Erika asks us to re-imagine ATL skills as virtues and urges us to be explicit in...

Re-contextualising ATL Skills – Part II

Re-contextualising ATL Skills – Part II

By David Spooner Facebook Profile Students learn how to think about things, not in the abstract. They learn how to manage the time available for the things they have to do (which, as students, is educational stuff – writing essays, planning projects, writing book...

Re-contextualising ATL Skills for IB

Re-contextualising ATL Skills for IB

RE-CONTEXTUALIZING ATL “SKILLS” By David Spooner Facebook Profile We hear a great deal about ‘skills’ in education these days. Recent posts on this site mention them frequently in regards to ATL, and these mentions go hand-in-hand with references to “21st C” thinking...

The Future of ATL

The Future of ATL

By Lance G King As I am sure you are aware, back in 2012 I designed the 10 Cluster model of ATL skills for the MYP and unfortunately, I have had no opportunity since then to review and revise that structure and the 134 skill practices that go...

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