Rediscover Fronter with Queens Park Community School
Our team of experts travels around the country supporting teachers and administrators to use Fronter effectively in both schools and universities.
One of our experts is Mark Ashton, who's part of our dedicated UK team. Mark has deep knowledge about Fronter and understands how to utilize the platform to enhance education.
Recently Mark visited Queens Park Community School in London, where he held a workshop for administrators from Queens Park and surrounding schools. The purpose of the workshop was to help the participants to set up Fronter to match their particular needs as well as teaching best practices.
"Today we've been looking at how to administer Fronter in schools, so I've been working with a number of our secondary schools. Primarily what I think is important for these schools is making it easier for their staff and students so thant everything is quick" Marks says.
"One of the things that I can't bear when I'm using a website is a lot of clicks to get to things, so one of the things we are doing as administrators are making sure everything that is important to us is available on the website".
The participants were pleased with the workshop and gained a richer understanding of Fronter and more tools to effectively use Fronter at their school.
"Today has been really useful in the fact that I can revisit how to set up Fronter and also try out new things that perhaps that I have forgotten or were not aware of," says David Short - Technician at the Isaac Newton Academy in Ilford.
At the end of the day. Marks was really happy with the workshop. The participants were engaged and wanted to learn more about how they can get the best out of Fronter.
"We've managed to do an awful lot today and hopefully I haven't damaged too many gray cells. But I think everybody enjoyed their day," Marks says.
If you want to learn more about how to get the most out of Fronter, take a look at Marks "Tips and Tricks" webinar available at our YouTube Channel.
Posted on Wed, December 21, 2016
by Niklas Hellum