The end of term is nearly here - hooray!
With Webanywhere’s latest competition, you can fill the last weeks of term with fun for both you and your pupils!
Learner Journey is now over five years old. In that time, hundreds of schools around the world have promoted online collaboration, taught pupils internet etiquette and provided children with a place to display their favourite work using this versatile system.
Now, after launching our new range of education apps back in February, Webanywhere is moving Learner Journey to be part of this ground-breaking system.
Portfolio will allow users to create a mini website to display
Easter is coming and the happy searching of eggs and sweets in all kinds of places starts again. Do your pupils all have the same Easter traditions? Besides searching for eggs and sweets probably not. So wouldn’t it be interesting for your pupils to find out more about each other’s Easter traditions?
Tuesday was Safer Internet Day - an occasion for schools to remember and remind pupils about how the Internet should be used, and warn of the dangers of going online.
We are continually developing Learner Journey, aiming to make it the simplest, yet most powerful e-portfolio available. Here are some features we’ve just added:
Gallery – an improved, easier to manage image slideshow gallery
Paint – a simplified interface, allowing you to create and share your masterpiece far quicker
Images in text blocks – no longer are text and image blocks separate: illustrate your point with an image in text entries
Coloured text – we’ve brightened up the text block, allowing you to highlight your text with all the colours of the rainbow
Activity notifications – It’s easier than ever to check on friend
The Learner Journey e-portfolio offers a huge range of themes. You can also commission a custom design to reflect your branding and school environment.
We’ve just added lots of new themes to Learner Journey, and thought we would share some of our favourites here on the blog.
Primary education themes
The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is the statutory framework that sets the standards for early years education in the UK. It promotes teaching and learning to ensure children are ready for school.
As part of the EYFS, every early years teacher must evidence each child’s development in a profile. This covers areas including creative and physical development, personal and social development, and communication, language and literacy.
Gathering this evidence has proven time consuming and problematic for Early Years educators. The Learner Journey e-Portfolio is the ideal tool to ease this problem.
Early years teachers can quickly and easily set up a