We recently had the pleasure of catching up with one of our users, Lisa Orenstein, the science department chair at The Overlake School in Washington state. The Overlake School uses a number of digital tools, but last year Lisa was looking for one she could trust in a testing environment. She reached out to their director of technology to see if they could find an online platform that would block students from accessing their desktops, hard drives, and the internet while completing a test or quiz. Then DigiExam stepped in.
We know teachers spend a lot of their personal time and money on their students. In fact, on average, teachers spend up to $500 and 200 hours each year.
With World Teacher Appreciation Day 5th Oct (an UNECSO initiative) we wanted to highlight teacher’s hard work and give something back to them.
Vad behöver man tänka på när man implementerar nya verktyg i en skola och hur gör man det effektivt? Jane Lambourne, lärare med 20 års erfarenhet, delar med sig av sina kunskaper och ger hennes bästa tips.
This month DigiExam celebrates two years on the market. After several years of research and development, DigiExam finally saw the light of day in May 2014. Two years later over 1000 schools are connected, more than 200 000 examinations written and a lot of teachers and students have replaced pen and paper in favour of digital exams.