Why pupils love LearnLog
Many levels of learning from science experiments in primary schools through to 'on the job' training require a degree of self assessment. For a number of schools LearnLog is becoming an integral part of their pupil self review.
The evidence of pupil self assessment indicates that it has a powerful role to play in help students of all ages appreciate their achievements and work towards goal setting for the future. LearnLog enables pupils to work collectively or individually recording evidence as they work on a project.
Studies have shown that the use of hand held technology to enhance the learning has been hugely successful even with the most reluctant learners. Learnlog goes that extra step by incorporating the use of technology to allow self assessment, either in groups or individually. By allowing the pupils to engage with the technology even the most mundane of tasks can seem like fun. Teachers have found that this creates a buzz within the classroom and promotes further discussion and enjoyment in the learning process
How Self Assessment LearnLog Works
Pupils use LearnLog on mobile devices to record aspects of their work as they progress through a project, experiment or learning experience.
Pupils gain ownership of their learning development and education outcomes & gain an appreciate for goals and attainment.