Teacher Guide

DALDIS Project Trial Period

We are participating in the DALDIS project, a 5-country Erasmus+ study on assessment for learning supported by the European Commission. Schools who are interested in participating will have full access to JCQuest until the end of the 2022/23 academic year.

We would like to invite your school to join this trial of the JCQuest digital assessment for learning solution for Junior Cycle Science. We are offering a maximum of twenty trial schools a completely free service with full access to all our learning content until the end of June 2023.
We will share findings from the DALDIS project with the trial schools.

Classroom Set-Up

All schools can enjoy free access to JCQuest Assessment for Learning Content. For teachers that would like to assign lessons and monitor student progress classroom setup is required. Please contact admin@edtech-analytics.com and we will help you set up your classrooms.

Students and Teachers can then login with their Google or Microsoft Id to enjoy our full set of Science and French formative assessment materials. A large number of our lessons are available to all users without a login.
Logging in will give you access to our full set of content, including some new lessons, and lessons covering more advanced junior cycle topics.

Student and Class Data

When you create your classrooms and ask your students to login you will be able to monitor your students progress.

Student and Class Data is provided through our Student Progress Insights database and information dashboards. Data is provided to the teacher to monitor and review student and whole class progress. Student and question set results are provided.

Please contact admin@edtech-analytics.com to set up your classrooms.

About the DALDIS Project

The DALDIS project is a 3-year European Commission Erasmus+ Study of assessment for learning supported by technology in five European countries.

DALDIS is a 3-year European Commission supported Erasmus+ project comprising 8 partners addressing e-assessment for learning through the application and dissemination of innovative assessment for learning techniques which are established in different curriculum contexts and then tested in schools in 6 European countries.

Innovative data analysis processes will be applied to support learners and teachers, and to evaluate the most effective questioning and learning models.
The project, based on Study Quest technology (www.study-quest.com), will drive student learning progression using well designed question sets and student feedback to help the student build their knowledge and understanding, and support the investigation of key curriculum concepts.
The objective is to evaluate assessment for learning (AFL) informed by feedback using digital technology in 6 countries with a focus on Science teaching and learning (Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Earth Science), and modern foreign languages (through the teaching of English and French).

Visit www.DALDIS.eu for more information.