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 their work and achievements, as opposed to what is currently more like a social media profile, and these can be shared with peers who can view and comment on the content.
One of the most notable changes to the traditional Learner Journey is the splitting of the social networking feature and the portfolio element. Now, the portfolio side will be the Portfolio app, whilst the social networking element will be represented by another all-new app, Social, which will be launched later this year.
It means greater versatility for schools, as those who do not favour a social networking system within school can stick to the Portfolio app only; those who want to promote safe social networking in schools but have no need for a portfolio system can simply go with Social.
More news about Portfolio will be released in the coming weeks. If you’d like to find out more, simply get in touch here.