Keep your finger on the pulse
In a class of 10, 20, 30+ students, it’s not possible for just one teacher to memorise the individual progress of every learner - but with Bedrock Learning, you don't have to.
With our knowledge organiser, teachers, parents and learners can view progress at the touch of a button, from an individual word to an entire cohort. Harness the power of educational technology to track each learner's literacy journey.
Increase parent engagement
We know how essential it is that parents are involved in learners’ literacy journey. That’s why Bedrock’s knowledge organiser connects to parents’ linked accounts, removing potential barriers that prevent parents from getting involved.
Parents are able to watch learners gain confidence with new words and skills through our knowledge organiser’s confidence rating, reinforcing their learning in the home - this has a fantastic impact on learners’ literacy.
Take ownership of learning
One of the drawbacks of conventional homework is that there is no way for learners to track the immediate impact of their work. With Bedrock’s knowledge organiser, this is no longer the case.
The knowledge organiser updates automatically whenever learners make progress. This highlights to learners the immediate benefit of their work every time they complete a task, encouraging self-regulation skills that have life-long benefits.
Bedrock Learning’s knowledge organiser is a template within the application that collates, using educational technology, the words and skills learners are developing, allowing teachers, parents and learners to see the literacy skills they are currently learning on the application.
The simplified layout of the organiser tracks the progress learners make with individual words and skills, so you can watch their literacy comprehension grow with every Bedrock point earned.
The knowledge organiser is separated into tabs at the top of the Bedrock application window, sorting the words and skills learners are encountering by their application.
For example, ambitious Tier 2 vocabulary is sorted in the Bedrock Vocabulary tab, while grammar skills such as punctuation and sentence structures are organised in the Bedrock Grammar tab.
With our Jekyll and Hyde content, learners can see the characters and excerpts they have analysed in separate tabs.
Highlight each learner’s unique literacy journey.
Utilise the power of educational technology; watch learners’ deep comprehension of literacy evolve through our knowledge organiser.