Connected Learning Communities for Schools
A Connected Learning Community allows a school to fundamentally address different issues from the way students are taught, where they learn, how they communicate and how teachers deliver the curriculum. A Connected Learning Community means that the student can learn anytime, anywhere with access to all the teaching resources and support they need, whether they are at home with their parents or in the local library, in or out of school. It allows collaboration across your whole learning community
A well implemented Connected Learning Community can transform the success and experience of your school and community. It can deliver the results that students, teachers and parents desire whilst also delivering the reporting that the school leadership, Government and parents need.
By bringing together your Learning Platform and Management Information System (MIS) you can improve support for personalised teaching and learning. In turn this provides more relevant educational experiences by increasing student achievement and teacher development, and opening new channels for parental involvement which can transform the success of your school and the individuals within it.
Some schools have already implemented their own Connected Learning Communities and their successes and
stories are benchmarks for what is possible.