Having warmed to them immediately, Cawthorne’s pupils now use Learnanywhere and Student Jotter to do work as well as showcase their achievements to their parents and peers. Older children have particularly taken to this new way of working.
One of the most popular aspects are the avatars on Learnanywhere – which younger children love. In fact, Cawthorne have been using these, and Learnanywhere’s built-in rewards system, to decorate classroom walls. And this term, the school will be using Learnanywhere, and Learner Journey – which they recently upgraded to from Student Jotter – to teach children the art of blogging.
Cawthorne Primary School are now in the process of changing their School Jotter website to the new School Jotter 2 product – which includes improved designs, simpler user interfaces and additional features.