Evaluation is the most important and unknown factor in the upcoming educational revolution.
On the other hand, new digital techniques make it possible to evaluate students and school policies in an “agile” way, and thus to direct and improve school policies.
From the moment tests are given to a few thousand students in digital form, in order to obtain results with statistical significance, it is possible to determine in a comparative manner :
- The level of students and therefore the education best suited to them
- The performance of teachers (by statistical analysis of the progress of the students entrusted to them).
- The performance of school methods and the results of pedagogical experiments.
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New digital evaluation techniques, source of educational progress.
Advancing students, teachers and school policies simultaneously
The new evaluation techniques proposed in our “Je Lève la main” online evaluation software helps to advance education, by making it possible to decide between the different theories and pedagogies studied, in a simple and quick way.
A teacher can see if these students are progressing at a good pace, a school can identify which classes have difficulties, a rectorate can identify which are the grey areas and the state can evaluate the overall performance of its school policy.
This “experimental” method makes it possible to envisage a continuous progress of education and to direct school policies with data. It is the equivalent, in the educational field, of the test tube in the field of chemistry.
Je lève la Main: the most important software since the school was invented
The evaluation has just entered the field of experimental sciences.
It is possible, thanks to “Je Lève La Main “to test ideas, reforms and obtain very rapid feedback (in the order of a few weeks) to guide teachers, school principals, rectorships and, ultimately, public policies, which need it.
The possibility of testing ideas opens up an almost infinite field of progress in education. It is a revolution, as the experimental method has been in the field of science.
To go further
School in the face of the digital revolution: the discourse of the method (12 June 2012)
Evaluate the effects of digital school with the random method (13 January 2010)
The most important software since the school was invented (July 7, 2015)