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A Key Resource to Individualize Learning

January 25th, 2017|

Innovations in education technology have allowed K-12 and higher education institutions to challenge the status quo and restructure the use of class time. Blended learning has been implemented in classrooms around the world, changing how students learn, and how educators teach by offering more flexible learning approaches with the introduction of technology, engaging digital content, […]

Online Christian Consortium Raises the Bar in Online Learning by Partnering with BocaVox Software Solutions

December 7th, 2016|

Westlake Village, CA, December 6, 2016 (Newswire.com) – Oaks Christian Online (OCO), one of the finest college preparatory online schools in the nation and the founding school of the Online Christian Consortium (OCC), has adopted Maestro SIS, by BocaVox as their Student Information System (SIS) and Canvas, by Instructure as their Learning Management System.
BocaVox CEO Sue […]

National Distance Learning Week

November 7th, 2016|

The growth and quality of online learning continues to increase in both K-12 and Higher Education, but maintaining a classroom environment, when possible, for socialization and the personalized oversight of a teacher or professor continues to enrich a student’s overall educational experience, particularly for young children whose parents are in the workplace.

The value that the […]

Utilizing Predictive Analytics to Improve Student Outcomes

October 19th, 2016|

The evolution of Student Information Systems (SIS) has brought about many valuable enhancements to support data-driven decisions and improved education outcomes. A comprehensive, well-architected SIS provides institutions the scalability to store vast amounts of student data, including: grades, pace, progress towards graduation, attendance (classroom, work done at home, and time spent online, when pertinent) disability […]

Nine Ways States Can Create Competency-Based Education Systems

March 3rd, 2016|

Posted November 4, 2015 by Dale Frost

Most schools and education systems are designed around seat time, or providing students with a minimum number of instructional hours. Seat time is the foundation of most education policies, from funding to credits to graduation requirements. Unfortunately, seat time does not assure that students will develop the requisite knowledge […]

7 Benefits of Using Small Data in K-12 Schools

March 3rd, 2016|

While big data is a huge deal in today’s business world, small data can make a real and timely impact on the education field. Here’s how.
by Erin Latham / July 1, 2015 

A student takes a class on Raspberry Pi, a credit card-sized single-board computer developed to promote the teaching of […]

Maestro SIS Release 3.8

January 26th, 2016|

The BocaVox dev team has been at it again, and we’re ready to shower our users with yet another round of new updates and features. Our biggest and best ever release will be available this spring. Our focus for Release 3.8 is support for Individualized Learning, which we’ll continue to build out in future releases.

This release […]

Maestro SIS Release 3.7

January 26th, 2016|

We are pleased to announce the newest Maestro release 3.7.0, which includes several enhancements and features, including intelligent dashboards, workflow and ledger enhancements. Please let us know what you think of Maestro’s facelift.

The new features were derived from employing new technology resulting from our team’s continual drive to innovate, and namely from listening to you, […]

Utilizing Technology to Increase Student Retention

December 29th, 2015|

There are many ways in which Technology can increase the odds of course completion, and facilitate overall student satisfaction and success. There are four features that every administrator should insist their School Administrative System Software provide to maximize student retention and student success.

Build vs. Buy – Advantages and Disadvantages of Building your own Student Information System

December 29th, 2015|

Some institutions still choose to develop their own SIS technology even though a Student Information System (SIS) purchased from a qualified software development company is built on the best practices of industry leaders. For those who wish to take that risk, here are some facts that you may have overlooked to help you determine the actual cost involved.