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One Solution for Formative and Summative Assessment

Qridi introduces learners and teachers to look at learning and progress as a group and as individuals. Learning is planned and monitored under the teacher’s guidance, future skills are strengthened and personal strengths identified. The learning journey is recorded and made visible with the help of different functionalities. The resulting data acts as an instrument for dialogue in learning.
  • The heart of Finnish pedagogy in an easy-to-use app
  • Visualize individual learning paths
  • GDPR-compliant and internationally rocognised

Make Teachers' Work Easier

Making assessments is a responsibility for all teachers, so why not make it easier? By centralizing all assessments into one ecosystem, teachers will have more time for engaging with students.
  • Fits with any age group, subject or curriculum
  • Qridi is simple to use – Teachers love our digital tool for formative assessment!
  • Easily stay on track with individual learning trends while you teach and give yourself a chance to react and differentiate

More than a Digital Portfolio

Students can effortlessly upload images, audio, video and written reflections of their learning for teachers and parents to view and assess. Rich data views help all stakeholders of learning stay on track with progress.
  • Student Progress Tracking made easy
  • Connect portfolios with the curriculum
  • Tag students uploads to skills and competences
  • Parents, students and teachers see learner progress in real time
  • Increase student agency

Leadership stays informed of learning and planning processes on all levels

What if educational institutions could examine summaries, for example, of different age groups' progress in digital skills or reading comprehension? Or what if it were possible to obtain information about schools' and student groups' progress for an entire school chain? Qridi makes this possible.
  • Native data dashboards enable analysis of different cohorts (class, school, municipality, school chain)
  • Intagrate to Power BI and Google Data Studio

Teach and Assess Future Skills and Metacognitive Abilities

Most curricula nowadays emphasise future skills and competences as well as helping students learn learning skills. Qridi helps teachers make it happen in practice!
  • Scientifically proved method of teaching, assessing and facilitating transversal skills development
  • Assessment of student reflection instead of learning outcome enabled

Solutions Based on Qridi

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"Qridi is a game-changer, The beauty of this platform lies in its simplicity and effectiveness, both for educators and learners. Every feature is meticulously crafted with teachers in mind, making it effortless to navigate and utilize."

Onggo Susilo
Northern Lights Academy, Indonesia

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“The user experience is very straight forward and easy to use for students and teachers alike”

Tuovi Wallen
Teacher, Vietnam Finland International School

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