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Dugga – Improve learning outcomes with Digital Assessment

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21st March @ 3:30 pm 4:30 pm


21st March
3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
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Disclaimer: This event is a recorded webinar

Event Summary:

During this webinar, Dugga demonstrates how to improve learning outcomes and wellbeing for both teachers and students.

How To Join?

To obtain the link to this webinar, please register by clicking on the link below and completing a short registration form. You will then receive a confirmation email containing the link to join.
Any issues, please send us an email to events@tablet.academy 

Session Overview

Why should you attend:

The biggest challenge every modern school faces is improving learning outcomes for all its students and being more efficient. During this webinar, Dugga demonstrates how to improve teachers’ and students’ learning outcomes and well-being.

What can you expect:

In this webinar, you will learn about the following:

  • How to avoid stress, save time and improve learning outcomes with digital assessment.
  • How to prevent cheating with ChatGPT.
  • Integrating with Microsoft, Google, and other platforms.
  • Research on how schools can improve learning outcomes with Dugga.
  • An in-depth look at the Dugga platform

Who is this workshop for:

This webinar is for K-12 schools and Higher Ed.

Teachers, deans, ICT/IT specialists working for schools and colleges wishing to learn more about the benefits and possibilities of safe and stress-free digital assessment. 

Prior knowledge required:

No prior knowledge is needed.

Trainer Bio:

Dr. Patrik Nilsson is Co-founder of Dugga Digital Assessment. He is Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer focusing on infusing findings from the research frontier in assessment with the Dugga platform. Dr. Nilsson has a background as a researcher, author of management literature, Keynote Speaker and Award-winning lecturer. He is also running a development and research project in East Africa, with the purpose to provide equal opportunities in education for all students.