BlueSky, provider of online staff development, professional learning and school self-evaluation software, is looking forward to showcasing their BlueSky Education as BETT award finalists.
BETT, a show for education technology, begins next week and will give BlueSky the chance to show customers the enhanced modules for school self-evaluation and collaboration in its software.
The new modules include self-evaluation; allowing school leaders to create their own criteria for auditing their self-evaluation to focus on their individual priorities. Leaders will be able to determine plans of action for the whole school and create a snapshot of school performance to engage staff. The Projects module allows teachers from a number of schools to collaborate in a secure and private environment to share best practices, improvement priorities, and keep up to date.
Denise Inwood, Founder and MD at BlueSky said, “in a recent survey, 80 percent of school leaders said BlueSky helps them make more informed decisions. We are looking forward to meeting those leaders, as well as new customers, demonstrating our new features, and discussing our plans for 2016.”
BlueSky have previously been recognised, following assessment of their software, by becoming the only online solution in its field to be awarded Premier Partner status by the Association of School and College Leaders and Preferred Partner status by the National Association of School Business Management. Their Education software can be seen at the BETT show between 20th-23rd January at London’s Excel where customers can sign up for a 10 percent discount.