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  • 1. Developing personalised learning
  • 2. Teacher pages Use to: •set preparation task/pre-learning for a new topic or piece of work •provide information and links as stimulus for lesson tasks •provide online resources for children to use in their own Fronter pages •celebrate children’s work achievements and personal successes
  • 3. Pupil pages Use for: led •teacher (differentiated) work tasks e.g. project page on the fire of London •space for children to continue school based tasks at home •contributing to a shared group/class activity or project •reports/reviews of school trips and events
  • 4. Pupil pages cont. producing ‘webspace’ • on their own interests •online ‘show and tell’ e.g. display photos of ‘my new pet’ •contributions to shared rooms e.g. design for art room or competitions
  • 5. Forum tool Use for: a •recommending website or book •collecting ideas for lesson tasks e.g what skills could our superhero have? •contributing suggestions e.g how can we improve the school playground? • assessing previous learning e.g. what do you already know about..........?
  • 6. Forum tool cont. after a topic •assessment e.g. what is the most interesting fact you learned about the Greeks and why? •children posing questions on a topic or to a person (real or imaginary) •suggesting vocabulary to describe a mood or picture •debating an issue
  • 7. Test tool Use: •to provide quick checks on knowledge e.g. mental arithmetic •to assess understanding of a recent topic •for differentiated assessments •for homework tasks •to guide children’s research e.g. quiz on the local area
  • 8. Staff areas Use for: •admin •calendar board/daily •notice communication •meeting agendas/minutes •policies planning and •shared teaching resources •CPD new initiatives •planning •sharing ideas •setting up surveys
  • 9. Pupil areas Shared rooms might include: • general news and information area •‘children’s voice’ space e.g. school council, play team, anti-bullying room •year group or whole school projects •clubs area •fun/competition •work and achievements ‘showcase’ room
  • 10. Other users Other user rooms could include: •governors •parents •PTA Once established guest access can be made for other external agencies e.g. •SIP’s •consultants