Broadclyst School–Tracking Pupil Attainment

Save time and multiply your effectiveness. Hogan Consulting Group knows that, with the right digital tools, teams can gain new insights, then collaborate to create a win-win situation for everyone involved. Broadclyst School relies on #Office365 to help its teachers work collaboratively as they analyze and share intelligence from test data, create and assign resources, mark up student assignments, and provide feedback to their pupils. This helps the teachers group children according to their needs and assign classwork that matches the learning style of each student. Hogan Consulting Group can put your business on the same winning track. Contact us to find out how.

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This week, Hogan Consulting Group looks at how Microsoft Office 365 helps the teachers at Broadclyst School gain insights and work collaboratively. They can share intelligence from test data, create and assign resources, mark up student assignments, and provide feedback to their pupils. This helps them save time, be more productive, and target the learning style of each student with appropriate classwork. Everybody wins. Let us show you how easily your organization can achieve the same advantages.

Aaron Clark

Director of Marketing at Hogan Consulting Group
Aaron is an accomplished Sales & Marketing professional with over 18 years experience in various areas of technology, consultation, and marketing. Follow me for useful technical and quick tip documents relating to the various technologies we promote to Simplify, Deliver, Automate, and Secure your business.

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