It has enabled us to take personalised learning many steps forward with teachers able to see how long students take on a task, when they are working on it, where they are struggling and may need more help, where they are finding something easy and need more of a challenge. Where students can be reluctant to ask questions in front of their peers if they do not understand this has provided a safe environment for students to engage with their teachers.
It has also given parents a window to their child’s education that has never been so accessible. They can see what work is due, whether it has been completed or not, what the work is, what the expectations are and it has opened a direct channel for communication with their child’s teachers. Virtual parent workshops have also meant working parents who would struggle to have the time to be able to come into school have been able to attend and be more involved.