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To help ensure a smooth start to the school year, below are a few easy steps you can take to become familiar with your learnON. If you need help with the basics such as navigation, resources and questions, download our Quick Start Guide.
Using learnON premium next year? Check out this blog post for tips to get started.
The beauty of this immersive digital learning platform is that it doesn’t require a change in your teaching style and approach. Rather, learnON continues to provide opportunities for teachers to implement flexible pedagogies including, but not limited to, a constructivist approach, a flipped classroom approach or a more traditional approach.
That means that no matter your personal preference, you can expect a more seamless teaching experience. Students learn and progress faster and further in their subject, so teachers spend less time going through homework and more time on the lesson at hand.
Specifically, here are some key changes you may notice:
Less guesswork – Reading content that fully integrates all theory and multimedia so everything appears exactly where it’s supposed to and there’s no guessing what students should do next.
Increased student engagement – A media-rich environment not only appeals to digital natives, but also helps to bring complex concepts to life. Activity boxes provide teachers with ready-made ideas that allow students to demonstrate creativity, thinking skills and teamwork.
Here are a few subject-specific examples that we’re particularly excited about:
In Geography and History: Flat images are now interactivities
In Maths: No more calculator companion for Years 9-10 – worked examples showing calculator steps are built-in to the worked example
Greater student independence: Features such as answers and solutions and visibility into their performance inspire student independence and greater accountability for their own learning.
Feedback to support early intervention: Auto-marked questions, answers and worked solutions or exemplary responses for every available question provide students with immediate feedback to help prevent the creation of misconceptions.
Opportunities for differentiation: Teacher resources including additional worksheets and interactivities are available from the Resources panel (no separate eGuide purchase is required!) to help with differentiation.
Time saved: Teachers save time marking work and reviewing homework in class thanks to questions that are automatically marked and greater built-in support for students, including answers, solutions and glossaries of key terms. Easy access to everything you need means less time spent searching and opening up different applications.
With these important benefits in mind, let’s see how you can prepare now to start the new school year off right.
To help you make the most of this powerful digital learning platform, we’ve compiled a handy checklist for the first time you access learnON. We recommend you do this before or during the school holidays, so you’re comfortable right from Day 1 of Term 1.
That’s it! You’re almost there—last on the list is making sure you’re aware of the support options that are available.
learnON is designed to be very easy to use – but just in case you need help along the way, here are a few options to keep in mind: