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Approximately 20% of secondary school teachers in the UK are Yacapaca members, so it is probable that there are several other teachers in your school who use Yacapaca, even if you are not aware of their usage. Some of them may be more experienced than you and be able to help you with the intricacies of the system - conversely, you may be the most experienced and they could benefit from their help.
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To facilitate this, we are now (Sept 2010) introducing School Groups. To get started, we are asking you to confirm which school you belong to (from an official list) and also to confirm which other Yacapaca members are also in your school.
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As we start to accurately identify who is in which school, we will introduce new features that make mutual support easier. The result should be that you get more use out of your favourite e-assessment service, with less frustration.

Revision as of 23:16, 11 September 2010

Approximately 20% of secondary school teachers in the UK are Yacapaca members, so it is probable that there are several other teachers in your school who use Yacapaca, even if you are not aware of their usage. Some of them may be more experienced than you and be able to help you with the intricacies of the system - conversely, you may be the most experienced and they could benefit from their help.

To facilitate this, we are now (Sept 2010) introducing School Groups. To get started, we are asking you to confirm which school you belong to (from an official list) and also to confirm which other Yacapaca members are also in your school.

As we start to accurately identify who is in which school, we will introduce new features that make mutual support easier. The result should be that you get more use out of your favourite e-assessment service, with less frustration.