A webinar co-hosted by GoReact and EdQuarter
An esteemed panel of experts discusses reframing assessment as learning with the right strategies and tools.
In this webinar, co-hosted by GoReact and EdQuarter, you’ll learn:
The value technology offers for remote observation, mentoring and support
In her role at GoReact, Jenny leads the company’s strategic and tactical efforts to expand into new markets, bringing skills-based learning through adoption of video feedback and assessment to new users all around the world. Jenny has worked within all phases of education to successfully implement educational technology solutions intended to improve learning outcomes for 20 years. Having onboarded more than 2,000 schools in London as part of the government's personalized learning agenda, Jenny went on to work with K12, FE and HE institutions throughout the UK, Scandinavia and Central Europe creating the largest community network on a single LMS. Joining Pearson Education in 2009, Jenny was recognised as a Future Leader before heading up the digital platforms revenue and marketing teams. Jenny spent five years developing e-learning content and solutions for learners in Africa, building solutions for hard to reach communities, while enabling governments and major donors to measure learning impact over time. Jenny was honored by Impact Network for work done to improve learning opportunities in Zambia in 2019. Jenny's passion for learning and the industry continues to be synonymous with her work.
Sarah is head of learning and teaching transformation within the higher education directorate at Jisc. She is taking forward the outcomes of Jisc’s Learning and Teaching Reimagined initiative and is supporting universities with their digital transformation of learning, teaching and assessment. Sarah runs the Jisc student experience experts group, an active community of practice, which provides valuable consultation and dissemination opportunities for Jisc. She continues to champion Jisc’s change agents’ network: a national network to support staff-student partnership working on technology-enhanced curriculum projects. Sarah has worked at Jisc for 18 years and has led large transformation projects on curriculum design, digital capabilities and learners’ experiences of technology.
Graeme joined WMG in 1991 after a successful career in Manufacturing Quality Management. He has designed and delivered learning and development programmes across the globe at various educational levels and in partnership with both international educational institutions and global businesses. He has a track record of leading innovation in all aspects of learning and teaching and has been recognised with a Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence. Currently, Graeme leads the team that successfully put more than 300 modules online during the pandemic and is currently developing WMG’s future approach to blended learning. Graeme co-chairs WMG’s Education Research Group and has led funded projects on employability and the use of Extended Reality in Engineering Education. He is currently working with institutions in the U.K. and Africa on effective learning design and conducting research into the experience of Degree Apprentices in the U.K.
As Vice President of Strategy and Business Development at GoReact, Josh Beutler leads the company’s strategic efforts to humanise skills-based learning through adoption of video assessment software. He works closely with many of the world’s largest academic institutions and eLearning companies to help them reimagine how they engage learners through authentic assessment as a foundation of any learning experience. During his nearly two-decade career, Josh has been instrumental in transforming early and growth-stage edtech companies by building innovative and collaborative partnerships.