To access the Scholar website log-in by clicking here
N.B. If you dont know your password your subject teacher has it. You only need one logon for all your subjects
Scholar Homework sessions:
All Scholar subject sessions are recorded and can be accessed via:
Office 365 Education for Students is available for free to students who are enrolled at qualifying schools. Install Office on up to 5 PCs or Macs and on other mobile devices, including Windows tablets and iPad
N.B. The Student Advantage license is licensed for use only by the eligible user
For information on licensing for Office 365 at home click here
For instuctions on getting full access to Office 365 click here
BrightRed Digital Zone
The BrightRed Digital Zone is a fuly interactive online zone where students can register for free resouces for a wide range of curriculum subjects.
To access the BrightRed Digital Zone click here
Nationals in a Nutshell Resource
These Revision in a Nutshell National 5 subject guides supplement learning and revision in class. They cover 20 of the most popular subjects which have exams and for which the SQA has provided relevant past paper questions. Pupils should check with their teachers to ensure that the guides are relevant.
The Cornell Notes system was devised in the 1950s by Walter Pauk, an education professor at Cornell University. The Cornell method provides a systematic format for condensing and organising notes. It is a system of organising your notes into an effective study guide and promotes active learning and critical thinking.
A study published in 2007 by Wichita State University compared two note taking methods in a secondary classrooms, and found that Cornell Note taking may be of added benefit in cases where students are required to synthesise and apply learned knowledge.
There is now a short video to watch which shows you how to set up your page to allow you to take Cornell notes. Some classes around the school are already using this system and pupils questioned have said they find it very useful. Maybe you should give it a try 🙂
City of Edinburgh Council budget student engagement – Click Here