Using the right EdTech will provide your teachers with room to invest in further improving their skills.
Teacher’s report covering, on average, only 66 per cent of the usual curriculum during the 2019/20 school year.
The Covid-19 pandemic continues to impact on all areas of society, including education. In March 2020, schools closed their gates to all pupils apart from some countries where vulnerable pupils and children of keyworkers were allowed at school.
Nearly all teachers (98 per cent) report that their pupils are behind where they would normally expect them to be in their curriculum learning at the end of the 2019/20 school year. Teacher’s report covering, on average, only 66 per cent of the usual curriculum during the 2019/20 school year.
Teaching math requires outstanding resources. But where do these resources come from, what is the guarantee that these resources will be of a certain quality and more importantly how to assess if these resources will deliver efficacy required at an individual student level to close learning gaps?
Tabbie automated activities that would otherwise be performed by teachers manually. We have created more than 120,000 items across 1800 topics in an evolving task bank and made them easily searchable based on chapter and rigor so teachers can easily choose items from our task bank and send to students for practice. Work completed by students is corrected, marks tabulated, and data presented back to teachers for remediation analysis.
Our solution allows schools to be effective in-school and remote learning activities simultaneously.