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1000th User :)

Posted on February 24th, 2011 · Posted in FullMarks

Today, I’m excited to say, we had our 1000th user sign up for FullMarks. There are still about 340 000 to go in South Africa but I’m still very excited about this milestone. We’re edging slowly towards that critical mass of users that start to interact with each other. I..
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FullMarks: First Milestone

Posted on October 27th, 2010 · Posted in FullMarks

Within a 12 hour period we passed both 500 users and 5000 items on FullMarks. I've compiled a map of traffic locations between the launch date of August 27th and today so you can see that we're getting uptake in place where we are not yet running any workshops. I'm excluding demo users and content in that count so it represents real usage.

AMESA KZN Workshop: 20 – 21 August 2010

Posted on August 24th, 2010 · Posted in FullMarks

Aim of workshop: to train teachers on how to use the FullMarks website, and to upload as much AMESA maths content as possible during the two day period.

FullMarks Walk-through Tutorial

Posted on June 20th, 2010 · Posted in FullMarks

I've just completed an updated, and hopefully, improved presentation on the functionality of the FullMarks website. It takes the form of a walk-through tutorial demonstrating how simple the site is to use.

FullMarks Uploading Sprint

Posted on April 12th, 2010 · Posted in FullMarks

On the 24th of March we held the first FullMarks event at the University of Cape Town. You can read more about our first uploading sprint in this post.

FullMarks Invitation to Cape Town Teachers

Posted on March 1st, 2010 · Posted in FullMarks

Invitation to the FullMarks upload sprint.

FullMarks Demo

Posted on February 24th, 2010 · Posted in FullMarks

I have made a quick slideshow tour of some of the functionality of the alpha version of the FullMarks site. The site is extremely simple yet offers powerful reports to help support learners effectively, especially in the current environment in South Africa where classes are large and teachers don't have enough time to consider individual needs.

Progress towards an uploading sprint for FullMarks

Posted on February 19th, 2010 · Posted in FullMarks

FullMarks is rapidly gaining momentum with two schools so far giving permission for their teachers to participate in an uploading sprint, one of them even told me that they have a list of teachers who are willing to participate.

FullMarks Design

Posted on December 9th, 2009 · Posted in FullMarks

We have got the look of the front-page tied down.

Open Assessment Bank: FullMarks well underway

Posted on November 3rd, 2009 · Posted in FullMarks

I'm charging on ahead with development of the open assessment bank. We will be calling it FullMarks and the most important feature will be that teachers can actively participate.