Verso Check-in and the General Capabilities

Overview The general capabilities play a significant role in the Australian Curriculum in equipping our students with the knowledge, skills, behaviours and dispositions essential to thrive in and outside of school, as successful learners, confident and creative individuals, and active and informed citizens.   To support this process, Verso check-in has been designed to support teachers…

Victorian students co-design Verso’s new student well-being check-in tool

The Victorian Student Representative Council (VicSRC) and Verso Learning are proud to announce the launch of a free student check-in tool for teachers ready for Term 4 of 2020. The tool has been co-designed by VicSRC students across Victoria to give all students a greater voice by making it easier for teachers to check-in on…

A quick guide to providing clarity when teaching remotely

This longer video goes into detail about the importance of clarity when planning to teach remotely and offers some suggestions on how teachers can set students up correctly for success when they are working from home. It goes through strategies that can help teachers to get students to answer the 4 key questions for students…

2 ways to improve how you connect with colleagues

A common issue for teachers is how to strengthen their professional connections with colleagues and share resources to reduce their workload. This is particularly the case when working remotely and teachers are unable to connect in the school or in breaks between classes. This short video shows how teachers can connect with their colleagues whilst…

How to use Verso to support speaking and listening

Another challenge with remote learning and blended classrooms is teachers are unable to listen to students responses this is particularly important for english, literacy, modern languages and ELA classes. It also has application for early year students who may not yet be able to respond using text. This video demonstrates how teachers can use Verso…