Come and talk to teachers from Scottish schools about how they are using our Connecting Steps software to make assessment easier.
Visitors to the B Squared stand (D130) at this year’s Scottish Learning Festival can meet our special guest headteachers from Firpark Secondary School (North Lanarkshire) and Ashton Secondary School (Glasgow) to find out how our new Scottish assessment framework, Steps to Excellence, can be used to support learning. The content was developed in partnership with schools in North Lanarkshire. Experienced professionals within the development team have put together a new framework aligned with the Early, First, Second, Third and Fourth level Benchmarks and the Pre-Early level Milestones for learners with complex additional support needs. For more information, visit our Curriculum for Excellence Assessment Frameworks page.
Our 'Steps to Excellence' assessment framework covers the breadth of the Curriculum for Excellence and is available for use with our Connecting Steps assessment software. We already offer a range of assessment frameworks, as well as Autism Progress - a profiling tool designed to help support staff working with individuals who have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). For more information on Autism Progress, visit www.autismprogress.org.
Our evidence management platform, Evisense, can be used to record evidence of Experiences and Outcomes in a pupil's academic journey. Designed to make capturing evidence as easy as possible for teaching staff, progress can be recorded via videos, photos or documents which are stored on our secure cloud servers. Using our assessment and evidence products, teachers can link evidence of learning to Experiences and Outcomes, as well as benchmarks. For more information on Evisense, visit www.evisense.com.
At Stand D130, schools can register for a FREE 3-month trial of our evidence management platform, Evisense.
Click here to find out more about tracking pupil progress within the Curriculum for Excellence using Connecting Steps.