e-Portfolios

25 Feb
Ways to integrate technology in the modern classroom
Category: e-Portfolios, Education Technolog...
As discussed previously, integrating technology in the classroom helps to improve engagement, it encourages individual and collaborative learning, provides students with useful ...
31 Oct
Why Student Jotter is a valuable tool for teaching e-safety
Category: Learner Journey
How do you store your pupil’s work? With teachers facing mountains of paperwork, traditional student work portfolios are becoming cumbersome and out of date. The rise of the int...
07 Oct
The future of assessment?
Category: e-Portfolios, Learner Journey
Will changes to assessment requirements in Primary and Secondary schools lead to changes in the way that assessment is delivered, reviewed and stored? With assessment of writing...
25 Apr
Useful online tools for teachers and pupils
Category: e-Portfolios, Learner Journey, Pr...
These are a handful of handy free online tools that can be used to enhance teaching and learning. GeoGebra is free mathematics software that creates interactive graphs, spreadsh...
28 Mar
VLEs in a Pupil Referral Unit
Category: e-Portfolios, School Website Cont...
In many ways a VLE or E-Portfolio could have been designed with the needs of a PRU and its students in mind. These Pupils often have attendance issues, can move from school to s...
20 Oct
Website Updates and Redesigns
Category: CMS, Company News, Learnanywhere,...
As you will have noticed we have now completely redesigned our main Webanywhere.co.uk interface to provide clearer signposting of our main content areas. Over the next few weeks...
05 Oct
Is Social Media Good or Bad for Schools?
Category: e-Portfolios, e-Safety, Learner J...
The press is increasingly featuring stories that warn of the negative impacts of social media on school age children. Popular public social networking sites such as Twitter and ...