Addressing today's challenges for home learning
With the ongoing uncertainty around global and regional lockdowns, there’s clear need for reliable and robust systems that enable a near-to-normal experience as possible.
For schools, this year, many tools have been implemented to deliver teaching and learning online. The use of Teams, Google Hangouts, Zoom and other video conferencing applications have increased, along with a wide range of tools for setting work.
The success of these platforms has been undeniable. At the same time, schools have identified some important gaps that need to be addressed, in order to deliver a full Home learning strategy.
Frog's HomeLearning platform fills those gaps, giving schools what they need to deliver a comprehensive Home Learning strategy.
- Includes parents in their child’s learning
- Enables feedback and dialogue between every teacher and student
- Organises students’ learning in a clear, straightforward way
- Supports testing and assessment
- Raises visibility of teaching and learning within the school
Thursday, 1st October 2020
Session 1: 9.30-10.15am
Session 2: 12.30-1.15pm
All times are UK time.
Access information will be provided via email.
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Who's there from Frog?
Chief Customer Officer
Google and Microsoft became widely used in schools in response to the challenges posed by Covid and strict lockdowns. Now, as schools plan for a world where blended learning will continue to play a part, it is clear that these platforms are here to stay.
The question is where the potential of these platforms end and what alternative technologies can supplement them, to provide a holistic digital strategy in schools. Join us for an insightful Frog Virtual Conference as we dig deeper into this new approach for schools.