John Curtin College of the Arts advocates for the power of SEQTA to design best practice pedagogy that supports student engagement
Using Education Horizon’s Learning Management System, SEQTA, has made it easier for our teachers and school leaders to understand each student’s level of engagement in areas including personal, social, and academic.
The SEQTA LMS platform allows us to engage effectively with the students in a way that makes sense to them, the system is underpinned by good pedagogical practice.
Deputy Principal – Learning and Teaching, John Curtin College of the Arts
In particular, the Marks Book functionality allows student expectations and reflections to be captured, which supports student agency and ownership of learning and then teachers can easily record and track student progress on an individual level.
With the integration of the marks book, teachers can gain a greater understanding of what’s happening across the whole school, allowing teachers to see their own marks and those of colleagues so they can gain an understanding of who the student is and how they’re performing across all their subjects. The capacity to see all student’s marks and get that student snapshot of their academic achievement is powerful
Deputy Principal – Learning and Teaching