JAKAPA 
for Educators

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Employers hire for academic and technical skills but fire for a lack of soft skills.

Employers hire for academic and technical skills but fire for a lack of soft skills.
JAKAPA can help you identify the critical skills students need to succeed so you can make sure they are ready to achieve their dreams. Your students can reflect on their own skills and build a plan to develop them.

Administering our peer assessments after a group project can provide valuable information to your students about how their team members view
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JAKAPA’S assessment reports identify strengths and gaps in your students, so you have the data you need to close gaps and ensure all students are future ready. Our tools help you learn more about the competencies and provide ideas for integrating skill building into your curriculum.
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Jakapa helps you prepare your students for the real world

Jakapa helps you prepare your students for the real world by developing a strengths and weaknessess profile based on group project performance

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Build a better learning environment
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Increase your students employability rate
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Create more engaging group projects
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Receive formative insights on your class' soft skills development
" This could transform the student understanding of the value of academic team projects, and I look forward to watching this develop

-Dr. Steven Austin Stovall
Assistant Professor Southeast MIssouri University

Check out the podcast interview for Jakapa from the Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC)