Professional Documents of a Teacher

Hello Members,

Where can each of the following professional documents be recorded:
1. Records of work
2. 2. Lesson plans : Done by the planner.
3. Schemes of work
4. Progress records

Thank you all in advance.

Comments

  • Hi Kelvin,

    For records of work and progress reports, do you mean recorded on behalf of the students, or those of the teacher themselves? Schools have many different terms for things, a quick description of what you're looking for may help narrow it down.
  • For 3. Schemes of work, you can use the Unit Planner to create units, which can be ordered, and can then be viewed as a scheme of work by year or subject in Scope & Sequences. I take "schemes of work" and "scope and sequence" to be interchangeable terms.
    kelvinmw
  • sandra said:

    Hi Kelvin,

    For records of work and progress reports, do you mean recorded on behalf of the students, or those of the teacher themselves? Schools have many different terms for things, a quick description of what you're looking for may help narrow it down.

    Hi @sandra ,
    The Records of work is for administrations purposes to track Subject/Course progress mostly per week. This helps incase a teacher is on leave the replacement teacher would easily know where to pick up + shows what has been covered the whole week per subject/course.

    I agree schools use different terms and so:

    Records of work and progress records is what I have mentioned above.
    While schemes of work sounds more like scopes and Sequence as it puts across the chronological flow of a course/subject in units and not necessarily attached to time.
    @admin Schemes of Work --> Unit Planner will do that :smile:

    Thank you so much for the quick response.

    Kind Regards.
  • Hi Kelvin, I think the closest in Gibbon to a Records of work would be the lesson planner, there is a Yearly View that lists lesson by lesson in chronological order, and in the case of coverage teachers, they can check the lesson details here.
    kelvinmw
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