DigiExam had an impressive closure to 2016 and kicked off 2017 with some major milestones. Between taking home a win at the Bett awards and beginning new projects with two prestigious universities, the team is excited for all 2017 has in store.
Earlier this month, we headed to the Bett awards, where we had been named finalists in three categories: The ICT Innovator of the Year, International Digital Education Resource, and Higher Education/Further Education Digital Services. On January 25th, our team anxiously awaited the results.
As education continues to place a greater emphasis on learning skills, such as: critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity; how can teachers ensure they’re providing feedback that will support student’s development within these areas? See how one high school history teacher provides feedback that encourages his student’s to integrate skills across multiple subject areas.
Did you know that 98% of students believe that it is important to receive feedback from their instructor and 91% feel that feedback helps them to better understand their progress within their coursework? The big question is, how can teachers make sure they are delivering this effectively?
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.