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Student Jotter has become Learner Journey

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We’ve taken the decision to rename Student Jotter, our popular e-portfolio platform, to “Learner Journey”.

We feel that the new name better reflects the “lifetime learning” aspect of the way e-portfolios are used through primary, secondary and further education.

 

 

Learner Journey serves as a digital “map”, where users are able to showcase the landmarks and milestones which mark the important elements of their educational journey so far. This allows for review and reflection, to inform them in planning their future learning path.

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For existing users, you’ll find that you can log in via the new website using your usual username and password,

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Fun for students, invaluable for teachers

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The Learner Journey e-portfolio is a fantastic tool for pupils, allowing them to create a personal document of their time in school, packaged with multimedia content. However, these e-portfolios can also be a very useful tool for teachers when assessing pupil progress.

 

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Pupil progress assessment is most effective when it draws on a broad range of evidence demonstrating what learners can do independently. Learner journey provides both the tools for pupils to document their learning achievements, and also acts as an online showcase of those achievements.

An effective Learner Journey e-portfolio can provide the evidence of learning teachers look for, for

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Ensuring e-safety with Learner Journey

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Learner Journey can help schools meet the new Ofsted safeguarding criteria, providing a secure, private, moderated online space to showcase learning development and communicate safely with peers.

 

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Storing students work securely

Traditional student work portfolios are becoming cumbersome and out of date. The increasing use of the internet, and audio, video and image files in school work means that a paper record of achievement in now outmoded, unable to provide a true reflection of a students output, sources, or learning.

Whilst it is possible to store work online, most systems haven’t been developed for schools, and often can be assessed by anyone.

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