It’s been quite a while since my last post on Engaging Educators. Over the last year, I’ve had a baby, learned how to be a Mum (sort of) and returned to work. Over this time I’ve tried to keep in touch with the classroom via Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook. Whilst I found myself occupied for 99% of the time, doing things that new Mothers do, from time to time, I found myself with a bit of time to read
on my iPad and find great initiatives and ideas from teachers across the globe. However for my first post back, I wanted to focus on a great idea that is closer to home.
MyFocusBook is an online tool that assists teachers to keep track of student achievement. Created by a teacher, for teachers, this tool is a great example of someone who saw a need and tried to create a product that will make the tracking of student learning more efficient and effective for teachers. To read about this great new initiative visit Engaging ICT here.