Evidence for Learning has transformed how hundreds of SEND schools, colleges and provisions are able to evidence, assess, review and plan for meeting the unique needs of their SEND learners, especially in light of the Rochford Review.
The app allows ALL stakeholders in a child, young person or adult’s learning and development to quickly and easily gather photo and video evidence, linked to the individual’s learning goals as well as any key skills frameworks. Observations can be annotated and tagged to reflect your school’s basket of indicators in an instant. Evidence for Learning supports ANY assessment framework and ANY assessment model – including evidencing and tracking progress against individual learning intentions and targets related to Education Health & Care (EHC) Plans. What’s more, teachers can easily amend and add to these goals over time in order to respond to a learners’ ongoing needs and development.
All evidence gathered is automatically organised by the app and readily available on-demand to anyone in the school. Stakeholders can search for and sort evidence by any attribute, and schools use these features to save time and be better informed during planning, moderation and ongoing professional development.
Evidence for Learning has also transformed how parents/carers, external stakeholders and the learner themselves are engaged and involved in the entire learning process and journey. Not only can photos, videos and notes be easily and securely shared by the school, but parents/carers can capture and submit their own photos, videos and notes to reflect the learner’s development and experiences at home. Valuable collaboration.
Imagine across your whole school… being able to collect and access at any time, in an instant, hundreds of pieces of photo and video evidence, observation notes and reflections from a range of stakeholders – including those outside of school – ALL linked to each learner’s individual learning goals, as well as the relevant areas within your school’s curriculum. Imagine being able to use this evidence and data to inform professional judgements about progress and then to help moderate assessment. We invite you to get in touch with us and explore how, with Evidence for Learning, this could become a reality!