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Provision mapping and tracker

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by flo12, Jun 15, 2019.

  1. flo12

    flo12 New commenter


    I am looking for an effective way to map provisions and track their impact. Can anyone recommend a good package that will do this without breaking the bank?

    Thanks in advance
  2. minnie me

    minnie me Star commenter

    I have written (and had published ) lots on the subject of PM. I would I never subscribe to a package- for lots of reasons that I shan't expand on here.... I have experience of working alongside PM providers in a professional capacity but feel that in house is the way to go if you know in advance what you expect to see as results of your input........ so success criteria is key and from memory few PM software provides this ? You don't want a list of things on offer - that's a grid with things in it for example .Anyhow if you feel that I can help reply here and I shall PM you ...
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  3. flo12

    flo12 New commenter


    Thanks for replying. I need to be able to see the impact on progress, attendance and behaviour. I currently have to go to 3 different places for this and then do my own calculations to get group averages. I could do with something that will draw this information for me and provide me with the average impact on progress, attendance and behaviour for the groups of students in each intervention I have in place. Does this make sense?
  4. minnie me

    minnie me Star commenter

    Ah I suspect we are defining PMs differently ? I am going to PM you with my e mail add and if you provide a contact address I can send you an example and the corresponding rationale - it may help / clarify or hinder ?
  5. minnie me

    minnie me Star commenter

    Also access one of the most popular threads of all time started by angelface22 back in 2012 - may be useful ?
  6. flo12

    flo12 New commenter

    Thank you

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