The DALDIS project is a 3-year European Commission Erasmus+ Study of assessment for learning supported by technology in five European countries.
We would like to invite you to join our online trial starting in the 2021/22 academic year.
You and your students can work with Study-Quest as Open Users. However, if you login with your Google or Microsoft Id and set up your classrooms you can monitor your students’ progress and results.
We are happy to set your classroom up in our database. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for support to set up your classrooms. This offer is open to all schools and you will have complete free access to all our open content. Additional content is available to schools participating in the DALDIS Erasmus+ project.
Classroom Set-up for the DALDIS Erasmus+ Project
If you are participating in the DALDIS project we will give you a teacher registration link to set you up on the system as a teacher. This link takes you to a teacher registration screen and this will allow you to set up your classrooms. You will then select the courses you want to share with your classes.
Copying the registration link for your students
After classroom setup you will receive an email with a link for each classroom to share with your students. Students simply click the link to get to the registration page and join the class.
They will see the courses waiting for them in the classroom.
You can also find this link again by clicking on your classroom icon in many places in your teacher screens and dashboard.
It is important that your students are logged in so that their progress information and results are collected for you, and login again if they switch device, or if they use a different device in a classroom or computer lab.
Student and Class Data
Student and Class Data is provided through our Student Progress Insights and information dashboards.
Data is provided to the teacher to monitor and review student and whole class progress. Student and question set results are provided in our information dashboards.
Background data analysis allows the evaluation of the most effective question setting techniques and trends in student progress to help teachers review their teaching strategies and help us improve the product and content.