Network members will know that at St. Paul’s we’ve been working with Teacher Dashboard as a way of improving marking and feedback, particularly with homework tasks. It has been quite successful in engaging pupils and saving staff time when marking.
That’s why it is great to see that Teacher Dashboard is one of the supported Learning Management Systems for Class Notebooks in OneNote. Find out more by using this tutorial video. I can’t wait to give this a try!
We are about to undertake a year long project focused around assessment and feedback using digital learning.
The main focus will be how we can use iPads and BYOD to assess students in and out of lessons. We will be using a range of methods such as QR Codes, App (Socrative and Quizlet) as well as discovering new ways with the school.
We have set up a dedicated team with one member of each faculty as a Digital Champion to help focus and support individual faculties to raise to help train and support Digital Learning across the school.
We shall be promoting the progress along with other digital learning through #DigitalRushey via Twitter. Please feel free to click on the link to see our progress so far.
At Rushey Mead Academy every faculty uses a Twitter account and we have developed and produced a policy within school that works and allows us to optimise the learning that can be achieved by twitter. As part of the digilit network I would be happy to share how we got to this stage.