bywyd For Schools
Overview Learning Progress
What do you need?
Where are you relieved?
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What is the point of monitoring?
Without knowing what students understand and what they don’t, how long they need for tasks and when they get bored, lessons become one-size-fits-all, over-challenging some and under-challenging others. Montoring can remedy this and stimulate the more advanced students, while those who need more support get it. bywyd also coaches the teacher while coaching – of course with a perfect fit.
If trends are known, supportive or corrective interventions can be made. bywyd creates learning curves for each student and offers you recommendations on when to intervene. bywyd also provides ideas on what the intervention could look like. In this way, you and your students are supported in the best possible way.
Acquired knowledge is difficult to correct, even if it is incorrect. It is therefore all the more important to recognise incorrect concepts as early as possible. Otherwise, follow-up knowledge cannot be built up. The student then loses the overview and motivation. This can mean that the class goal is not reached or that the student drops out of school early. bywyd detects comprehension difficulties early on and provides warnings to steer the learning trend back in a positive direction.
At bywyd, we want you and your students to make efficient use of the most precious resource we have – time. Students receive tasks at their individual level. Idle time that makes no didactic sense is eliminated. Teachers can use their time for targeted impulses and interventions to accompany and support pupils as optimally as possible.