Talking to SENsible SENCO about the requirements of the Engagement Model to help SENCOs understand what it means for their school.
In this webinar I demoed our new reports section in Connecting Steps V5. This adds a number of reports to Connecting Steps V5 with the main focus on individual progress! There are a number of new reports to show different types of progress. We have also given schools more flexibility around how the information is presented and filtering.
Today is the day we launched Connecting Steps V5 to our customers worldwide! Connecting Steps V5 is a big step forward for our customers, faster and easier and works on iPads and other tablets as well as PCs. Connecting Steps V5 is designed to save time and help schools to get more out of their assessment data.
A webinar introducing schools in Wales to our new assessment frameworks for the new Curriculum for Wales 2022. We have use the Statements of What Matters and the Descriptions of Learning to create assessment frameworks to show small steps of progress for pupils with ALN. Our frameworks cater for pupils working within the Progression Steps and pupils who are working below Progression Step 1.
The B Squared team has been working on a major upgrade to our existing Connecting Steps assessment software for the past 12 months. We are beyond excited to share the news with you that it’s nearly ready.
The removal of P Levels has been a long journey, that has taken 7 years to complete. A lot of people think that the removal of P Levels started with the ‘Rochford Review: Final Report’ that was released in October 2016. It actually started in the summer of 2013, when the DfE announced the plans to remove levels, introduce a new curriculum and change the end of key stage tests.
Angharad Welch, a speech and language therapist had some great advice for schools on Communication & Interaction and how schools can work with their Speech and Language Therapists to get the best outcomes for their students.
In this webinar, I explore all the different ways schools can present their progress and how governors and external agencies can use this information to truly understand the impact of teaching and how the students are progressing, however that progress is measured and represented.
Dale runs our latest webinar this month. Breaking from tradition, we invited people to ask us any questions they had. Dale’s webinar delivers the answers to these and expands upon them significantly and provides links to useful resources.
A webinar introducing Evisense and it’s features. We have previously gone into great depth when delivering our training webinars. This time we wanted to take a step back and give an overview of Evisense’s features.