Develop your students' to be self-directed in their learning
Enable learner to take responsibility for setting their own goals, identifying their own learning needs, and selecting the resources and strategies necessary to achieve their goals.
Education is about more than just classroom learning – it’s about creating a holistic and engaging learning environment that meets the needs of all students. One of the most important aspects of creating such an environment is administering school-related programmes and activities that allow students to explore their interests, develop new skills, and showcase their achievements. However, administering these programmes can be time-consuming and complex.
That’s where our online marketplace comes in – a powerful tool that can streamline the programme administration process and help teachers keep track of student participation, achievements, and works.
We know how tedious and challenging it can be for schools and teachers to keep track of students’ learning progression and achievements throughout their student life. Most schools are still tracking these information through manual ways via physical hard copies. Often, these information may get lost or may not be the most up to date.
Our student e-portfolio helps to streamline this process by having a digital collection of work and accomplishments that showcase a student’s journey throughout their academic life. By collecting a range of evidence of student learning, such as artwork, videos, and reflections, e-portfolios provide a holistic picture of a student’s strengths, challenges, and growth areas. This can help teachers and parents identify areas where a student may need additional support or recognition.
Our tasks feature can help students prioritise their tasks and manage their time effectively. By breaking down their responsibilities into manageable chunks and setting realistic deadlines, students can ensure that they stay on track and avoid procrastination. This can help students avoid the stress and anxiety that comes with last-minute cramming and can lead to better academic performance.
Having to-do lists can also help students stay organised and focused. By keeping all of their tasks and deadlines in one place, students can easily see what needs to be done and when to avoid feeling overwhelmed.
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