Writing well and helping students to write well, is really hard work
Good writing takes lots of practice, needs lots of feedback and needs continual revision.
Time to practice, time to get feedback, time to give feedback is the time we don’t have.
SCRIBO HELPS TEACHERS AND STUDENTS
SCRIBO makes computers work for you, looking across every written word to deliver feedback on your writing, as you write, or at any time you ask for help.
luckily Scribo helps both teachers and students
Multiple sources of evidence combine into ‘now’ learning stories
Ledger brings all key data sources together.
Schools create volumes of data in school management, cloud and learning systems every day. Across multiple online systems and manual interactions, learning and pastoral data multiplies at an exponential yet disconnected rate.
Rarely is this data unified and made visible to the leaders and teachers who need to see it the most. Ledger fixes this.
NAPLAN Diagnostic data is a strong source of learning insights. Bring 11 years of testing alongside other measures.
LMS systems capture loads of interaction data, rarely seen in support of any other data. Ledger opens up Canvas and other LMS systems including Gradebooks and participation in discussions and blogs
Ledger joins the art of teaching with the science of data and evidence
Open up inquiry
On demand view across data sources
Configure Alerts that matter to you
Profile data across sources
Instant inquiry and analysis for any class or student, or data source or idea or hunch…
Using Ledger, teachers see their students across all learning and pastoral activities, for all classes and subjects. With access into the full learning ledger of each student, teachers can quickly see patterns, make decisions and follow their hunches. Leaders can look across all data sources, across all years for all students and teachers.
- Have there been any issues in other classes?
- Is the student engaged in other subjects?
- How is the student going overall?
These are important factors to know about each student.
Set up alerts and inquiries that matter to you
Ledger’s wizard based rule and alert builder allows teachers and leaders to configure the Ledger engine to look for scenarios, follow hunches and tailor the way they want to see data in their context. This is the really cool capability of Ledger. It engages everyone with their context.
There is no training needed to use Ledger Alerts, you simply click your way through the available data sources and features. All choices offered are the only ones you can make!
Record pastoral / learning observations and events as they happen. It’s live!
Grab your laptop, iPad or Android device and record every student or class observation moment as it happens. For students, the class or a group, one click and you talk your observation right in.
Ledger App lets teachers and students quickly and consistently record data, observations, self reflections; about anything you like really. Every record is categorised and can include images of course.
Pastoral and wellness data has never been this easy to collect and analyse in a whole-of-student context.
Teachers love it when data finds them. “Stories” builds a narrative of what we found.
Ledger delivers data in summary formats you can read! No more trying to get your head around a chart, Ledger describes the highlights and key findings for you in perfect English, right from your data sources. Data is updated on request so your stories are always current.
No more poking data layers trying to find the ‘take home’ highlights. If you want to know something about your class or student, let Ledger tell the story.
Break the “too hard and too expensive” paradigm
Ledger disrupts the time and cost demands of BI projects and constraints of ‘homegrown’ data initiatives. Our mission is to eliminate all time and cost constraints of managing data to quickly deliver teachers instant access to learning stories. Ledger happily works with your IT and current systems through an open and transparent API data interchange capability.
Ledger puts AI to work for you, drawing inferences and patterns from the data to show “What we noticed”. You don’t have to go looking in charts to follow your hunch.