Analysing and documenting with Untis

Teaching content, Absence times, teacher deployments, ...

  • Digital documentation of important data such as teaching content and absence times
  • Analysation of collected data of an entire school year
  • Perfect preparation for appointments with parents based on analyses
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Digital documentation and comprehensive analyses with Untis

The comprehensive data volume of an entire school year can be digitally documented by Untis and WebUntis, and subsequently be filtered, sorted and exported. Additionally, the data is processed and always at hand as useful statistics.

Document and analyse the data volume of an entire school year with Untis and WebUntis

Document and analyse teacher deployments

In Substitution scheduling, you only   need a few clicks to generate various statistics, e.g. which teacher had how many substitution periods and cancellations in a certain period of time. The scheduler can define which types of cancellations are to be counted as negative and which are not.


Additionally, value calculation shows target and actual periods of a teacher in individual weeks. Substitution periods or cancellations can also be considered in this calculation.

The above, and many other useful listings can be viewed in Untis.

Collect and analyse different data with WebUntis.

By only a few clicks in the calculation counter, online substitution scheduling makes it possible for the scheduler to display how many cancellations and substitution periods a teacher had in a certain period of time. The scheduler can define which types of cancellations are to be counted as negative and which are not. 


Additionally, the collection of data in the digital class register is the basis for a wide range of reports:

  • Absences and absence times of students
  • Teaching content and class register entries on lessons or students
  • Grades and assessments
  • and much more

You only need a few clicks to generate comprehensive analyses, which teachers can use, for instance, to prepare for their appointments with parents. 

With WebUntis, you can generate the above and many other useful analyses.  

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This is how well-organised your everyday work would be with Untis!

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Teacher Callas does not feel well and cannot hold her lessons.
Teacher and substitute scheduler Cervantes must quickly find an adequate substitute for her colleague Callas.
Substitute teacher Ander receives a push message and prepares for the substitute lesson.
Student Benjamin opens his up-dated timetable on his smart phone before his lessons start.
Teacher Cervantes' first lesson starts with checking her students' presence.
Teacher Cervantes makes a class register entry in her first teaching lesson of the day.
During lunch break, teacher Cervantes sends an interesting newspaper article to her biology class 2a.
In her NTP (non-teaching period), teacher Cervantes prepares her excursion with her biology class 2a on Friday.
Teacher Cervantes asks herself, whether the parents of class 2a have already read her message on their excursion on Friday.
Student Benjamin's parents register online for the up-coming parent-teacher day.
The term comes to an end, and scheduling (the timetable) for the following school year starts.


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