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Online Proctoring with NUADU

Recently we have introduced an online proctoring set of features to NUADU.

Now you can monitor students’ behaviour during the online exams!

AI-powered proctoring modes include student identification, face recognition, speech detection, gaze detection, and more. Webcam and desktop monitoring helps to minimise cheating attempts. Alert reports available after the exam include a detailed analysis of violations.

Contact us to learn more!

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Measure young learners’ English skills

The Young Learners Examinations (YLE) are examinations offered for young learners, aligned with the Cambridge Young Learner’s English Tests (CYLET) content and are designed for students aged between 7 to 12 years old who are learning English as a second or additional language.

There are three levels to the examinations; Starters, Movers and Flyers, which all test students’ abilities in all four English skills; listening, speaking, reading and writing, and students can start at a level that is suited to their current English ability, as assessed by their teacher.

The YLE content introduces students to everyday spoken and written English in an engaging, fun and methodical way to help children gain knowledge and confidence to learn and improve their English. The materials provided are designed specifically for younger learners using interesting, colourful and vibrant pictures with relatable characters and topics to widen their vocabulary and comprehension skills.

The examinations are structured in three sections; Listening, Reading and Writing, and Speaking and are conducted in a low-pressure and enjoyable way to ensure young learners and comfortable and confident. Students receive a report card after completing their examination which awards them shields for each section of the exam. Students can receive between one to five shields in each section which indicate their strengths and areas for improvement.

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Welcome to the NUADU training tutorials for teachers and students!

Here you can find a playlist of 23 tutorial videos on a wide range of NUADU functionalities to enable you and your students to meet your academic targets and goals.

As teachers, NUADU equips you with the tools to empower your students to reach their academic ambitions, enjoy the learning process and to study easily and conveniently anywhere, anytime. These videos provide teachers with the essential NUADU skills from how to assign activities to students, how to create your own resources and questions, and how to effortlessly check student results and long-term progress using the powerful auto-marking system and data analytics.

For students, these tutorial videos will give them an easy to follow guide on how to perform all the functions they require on NUADU. They will be able to successfully complete their assigned activities, as well as take autonomy of their own learning by keeping track of their results and progress in the areas of subjects, topics, learning objectives and cognitive skills.

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Persiapkan siswa Anda untuk ujian IELTS, TOEIC, dan TOEFL ITP

Platform penilaian online NUADU menawarkan ujian bahasa yang selaras secara internasional dan contoh ujian untuk TOEIC, IELTS, dan EPIT (setara dengan TOEFL-ITP), dilakukan secara online dan penilaian secara otomatis dengan hasil berdasarkan data. Ujian Bahasa Inggris NUADU telah diikuti oleh ribuan peserta tes dari universitas dan sekolah bahasa swasta di seluruh dunia. Program ini juga cocok untuk diterapkan program belajar pegawai korporat.


Dikombinasikan dengan konten bersertifikat dari Innova Press, NUADU merupakan cara yang lebih cepat dan lebih murah untuk melakukan evaluasi kemahiran serta untuk melakukan latihan ujian Bahasa Inggris. Anda mendapatkan hasil langsung berdasarkan penilaian otomatis dengan data sub-keterampilan yang melengkapi metrik penilaian ujian dan CEFR. Dan Anda tidak perlu membatasi kegiatan mengajar Anda pada ruang kelas Anda.


Alat penilaian NUADU memberikan data penilaian yang andal dan akurat berdasarkan kinerja siswa. Data ini mengukur kekuatan dan kelemahan siswa di tingkat keterampilan dan sub-keterampilan. Memprediksi nilai sebelum mengambil ujian nyata yang mahal, serta meningkatkan kenyamanan dan efektivitas siswa.


Peserta didik dapat berlatih secara efektif untuk mencapai skor yang ditargetkan dengan menggunakan sistem belajar mandiri, hasil otomatis, feedback yang cepat, dan identifikasi kemajuan selama proses belajar. Dengan sumber materi bersertifikat dengan pertanyaan dan tambahan soal di semua kategori ujian, memungkinkan siswa untuk belajar kapan saja, di mana saja, dan dengan perangkat apa saja.


Karena semua ujian disampaikan pada platform NUADU yang bersifat kelembagaan, sekolah dan universitas swasta dapat memiliki akses penuh untuk seluruh data yang berwadah di satu tempat.


Beberapa paket ujian yang tersedia pada platform NUADU membantu mencegah terjadinya kecurangan. Dalam platform NUADU, paket materi diperbaharui setiap 6 bulan.


Disesuaikan dengan jenis ujiannya, IELTS, TOEIC, dan EPIT, NUADU memberikan tipe soal Listening, Reading, Speaking, dan Writing di dalam program ini.


Penawaran fleksibel untuk berlangganan program ini dapat disesuaikan dengan kebutuhan institusi. Salah satunya, kami menyediakan personalisasi program ini dengan logo institusi yang terkait.

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Prepare your students for IELTS, TOEIC, and TOEFL ITP tests

NUADU’s online assessment platform offers internationally aligned language exams and mock exams for TOEIC, IELTS, and EPIT (TOEFL-ITP aligned), conducted online and automatically marked with data-driven results. NUADU English Exams have been taken by thousands of test takers from universities and private language schools around the world. Also suitable for corporate learning!

Increase your scalability and efficiency

Combined with certified content by Innova Press, NUADU is a faster and cheaper way of conducting English level evaluation as well as conducting mock-exams. You get immediate results based on automatic marking with sub-skill data following exam scoring metric and CEFR. And you don’t have to limit your operations to the size of your classroom.

Improve school success metrics

NUADU assessment tool delivers reliable and accurate assessment data based on students’ performance. It measures students’ strengths and weaknesses at both skill and sub-skill levels. Predicting scores before taking the costly real exam increases students’ comfort and effectiveness.

Offer flexibility for learners

Learners can practice effectively to achieve their target score using self-study, automated results, instant feedback, and progress tracking. Certified learning resources with questions and supplementary resources in all exam categories. Allows for learning at any time, any place on any device.

Centralize your data and monitor learner’s performance

As all exams are delivered on the NUADU institutional platform, private learning schools and universities have full access to the data in one place.

Avoid cheating

Multiple packages of exams available on the platform helps to prevent cheating. Fresh packages are uploaded every 6 months.

Skill-based practice questions

Depending on the type of exam, IELTS, TOEIC, and EPIT offer Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing types of questions.

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Flexible offer for purchasing packages of tests depending on institution need. Personalization with institution logo is available.

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How to Prepare for Online Learning at Home

Most schools are now shifting to home-based learning because of the quarantine measures implemented by the government. Is your family ready for this?

Here are the things you need to prepare to facilitate your child’s online learning and stay on track with the national curriculum.

5 Essentials for Successful Home-Based Learning

1. How much involvement is required of the parents/caregivers?

The level of involvement can vary greatly. Boxed curricula are usually designed for independent study, with the students having access to answer keys so they can grade their own work. Some online learning portals have automated grading and feedback of quizzes and activities.

Children in the middle grades or older can usually be left to study on their own for longer periods. Just be ready to set out the materials, guide them with their activities, and answer any questions they may have. Note that preschool and early elementary students require more supervision and hands-on involvement.

2. Does your child have a dedicated study area?

Does your child have a personal study area, with a desk or table he or she can work on? Ideally, each child should have his or her personal study desk in a well-lighted area.

However, space could be limited in some households, so siblings have to share study areas. If this is the case, you should set a schedule that gives each child a certain time of day to use the study area.

Also, does your child need to study in a multi-use area? Space can be so limited that children have to use a common family area like the dining table or the living room for lessons. If so, schedule who should use the area at certain times, including the rest of the family for those family times like dinner.

3. Do you have school supplies at home?

Make a list of the supplies your children will need, based on the school’s program for this term. Must-haves include books, writing implements, art materials, and paper. If budget is an issue, siblings can share or reuse materials.

If you live in a small space, school bags are the easiest way to store supplies. Bags are portable, so students can carry everything they need wherever they do their school work. This is especially useful if the study area is shared or multi-use.

Do you have plenty of space at home? Consider investing in shelves. Not only do they provide more storage area, shelves are also nicer to look at.

4. What equipment or technology will they need?

Home-based learning programs usually have an online component, so each child should also have a dedicated computer, laptop, or other device for online lessons. But if they are using, say, a shared computer, create a user profile for each child so that they each can save their work safely without affecting the others’ works.

Which online connection is best for them: DSL, broadband, or mobile data? You also have to factor that you might need the internet bandwidth for your own work if you are working from home. For the best internet providers, ask your neighbors for recommendations.

5. How proficient is your family with technology?

Remember that you will have to learn how to use the apps and the devices that the school requires before the learning sessions begin. If you need help in this area, look up online tutorials or contact the school for help on how to use the apps and devices.

After learning how to use the tech, you will need to teach your children how to use them, if they don’t already know. After teaching them how to use them, give them opportunities to practice so they will be able to concentrate more on the lessons than on operating the app and device correctly.

Education Continuity Plan Webinar

How can you implement the learning continuity plan with the use of technology? Find out more by attending the free Education Continuity Plan Webinar Series by NUADU, Microsoft Philippines, and Big Pond.

This 5-day online series will run from 25 May– 29 May on the Microsoft Teams platform. Learn from Edutech practitioners and innovators about how your school can continue the learning experience beyond the four walls of the classroom.

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Raport: Edukacja zdalna w praktyce – analiza wykorzystania platformy edukacyjnej NUADU w okresie luty – kwiecień 2020

Analiza zachowania użytkowników platformy edukacyjnej NUADU w ostatnim czasie, pozwala zaobserwować interesujące dla edukacji zdalnej wnioski i pokazać proces adaptacji szkolnictwa do nowej rzeczywistości.

W ciągu ostatnich tygodni zamknięcia szkół z powodu pandemii Covid-19, w obszarze edukacji zaszły ogromne zmiany. Przekształcenie klasycznego modelu nauczania, w którym występuje codzienna interakcja pomiędzy uczniem a nauczycielem, na model pracy zdalnej w tak krótkim czasie okazało się dużym wyzwaniem zarówno dla nauczycieli, jak i uczniów, rodziców czy dyrektorów szkół. Analiza zachowania użytkowników platformy edukacyjnej NUADU w ostatnim czasie, pozwala zaobserwować interesujące dla edukacji zdalnej wnioski i pokazać proces adaptacji szkolnictwa do nowej rzeczywistości. Próba statystyczna została wykonana dla 50 tys. uczniów oraz 4 tys. nauczycieli.

1. Inicjatywa wypływa od nauczycieli

Aby zapewnić ciągłość nauczania, nauczyciele musieli w bardzo krótkim czasie zaadoptować technologię – wprawdzie dostępną na rynku od dawna, ale dotychczas wykorzystywaną w szkolnictwie w relatywnie niewielkim zakresie.

Istotnym elementem procesu była adaptacja takich narzędzi jak:

  • Dzienniki elektroniczne – wykorzystywane w szkołach już od około dekady
  • Platformy e-learningowe i narzędzia do ewaluacji wiedzy – w ostatnich latach coraz chętniej wykorzystywane w codziennej pracy jako narzędzia usprawniające pracę nauczyciela, w tym platforma NUADU
  • Narzędzia do komunikacji zdalnej – dostępne na rynku od wielu lat, zazwyczaj nie sprawdzające się w klasycznym modelu szkoły, przeżywające obecnie swój renesans – np. platformy do video-konferencji, video-czaty czy następca popularnego Skype – aplikacja Microsoft Teams

Przykładem wzrostu zainteresowania narzędziami do zdalnej edukacji są statystyki użycia aplikacji NUADU na przestrzeni lutego 2020 – kiedy zajęcia obywały się jeszcze normalnie w szkołach, marca 2020 – po zamknięciu szkół i kwietnia 2020 – kiedy nauczanie zdalne stało się normą.

1.1 Logowania

W okresie zamknięcia szkół znacząco wzrosła liczba logowań do aplikacji zarówno nauczycieli, jak i uczniów. W marcu, dla kont nauczycieli, wzrost wyniósł 254%, a  w przypadku kont uczniowskich – 213%.

Wykres: Liczba unikalnych logowań do aplikacji NUADU

Warto zauważyć, że średni czas trwania sesji w systemie wynosi blisko 75 minut w przypadku ucznia i ponad 60 minut dla nauczyciela. Stanowi to potwierdzenie, że użytkownicy znajdują w systemie funkcjonalności, które je angażują. 

1.2 Zadawanie zadań

W okresie zamknięcia szkół znacznie wzrosła liczba zadawanych przez nauczycieli aktywności. Mianem “aktywności” określamy zadane przez nauczyciela zestawy indywidualnych prac w postaci zestawów zadań, kartkówek, próbnych egzaminów.

Wykres: Liczba zadanych przez nauczycieli aktywności w aplikacji NUADU

Na podstawie powyższych danych można zauważyć znaczący wzrost zadawanych aktywności, porównując miesiąc luty oraz marzec zauważamy wzrost na poziomie 486%. Miesiąc kwiecień utrzymuje przewidywany trend.

1.3 Odrabianie zadań

Współczynnik odrabiania zadań, czyli stosunek liczby rozwiązanych do liczby zadanych zadań kształtuje się odpowiednio dla lutego 68,5%, dla marca 73% i dla kwietnia 74%. Pokazuje to, że uczniowie chętnie rozwiązują przydzielone zadania w aplikacji, zarówno w modelu klasycznej szkoły (miesiąc luty) jak i modelu pracy zdalnej (miesiąc marzec i kwiecień).  

Wykres: Liczba zadanych i odrobionych zadań w aplikacji NUADU

Na podstawie powyższych danych można zauważyć, że nauczyciel swoimi działaniami w systemie definiuje sposób pracy uczniów co bezpośrednio przekłada się na wzrost ich użycia i zainteresowania aplikacją NUADU. Tak jak w klasycznym modelu szkoły, nauczyciel jest głównym motorem pracy ucznia.

2. Najpopularniejsze funkcjonalności

System NUADU, zaprojektowany z myślą o usprawnieniu procesu nabywania i ewaluacji wiedzy, oferuje nauczycielom szereg funkcjonalności, takich jak zadawanie i tworzenie własnych zadań, automatyczne sprawdzanie rozwiązań, narzędzia umożliwiające indywidualizację procesu nauczania w oparciu o gromadzone dane, czy rozbudowaną bazę materiałów interaktywnych oraz scenariuszy lekcji.  

Wykres: Liczba zadanych i zrealizowanych aktywności w aplikacji NUADU

W początkowym okresie zamknięcia szkół nauczyciele korzystali głównie z zadawania uczniom gotowych zestawów zadań, automatycznie sprawdzanych przez system. Wraz z wydłużaniem się nauczania zdalnego zaczęli chętniej korzystać z innych aktywności, takich jak kartkówki czy egzaminy próbne. Największym jednak wzrostem zainteresowania cieszą się do tej pory niewykorzystywane gotowe scenariusze lekcji.

3. Gotowość nauczycieli w zakresie wykorzystania narzędzi do nauki zdalnej

Nauczyciele, a w szczególności ci z dużym doświadczeniem pedagogicznym nabytym w klasycznym modelu nauczania, wykazują potrzebę nabywania wiedzy i umiejętności związanych z obsługą narzędzi do edukacji zdalnej, w tym korzystania z komputera czy tabletu.

Zwiększone zainteresowanie prowadzonymi przez NUADU szkoleniami, organizowanymi webinarami, udostępnianymi samouczkami czy wzmożone korzystanie ze wsparcia czatu dostępnego 24/7 świadczy o lawinowym wzroście zaangażowania nauczycieli.  

Wykres: Liczba zgłoszeń dokonanych przez czat

W marcu liczba zapytań dotyczących praktycznych aspektów wykorzystania systemu NUADU zgłoszonych za pośrednictwem linii wsparcia wzrosła czterokrotnie w stosunku do lutego.

4. Gotowość szkół

Szkoły, które wdrożyły NUADU kilka miesięcy czy lat temu, wykazują znacznie większe zainteresowanie i użycie systemu w okresie zamknięcia szkół w porównaniu ze szkołami, które dopiero zaczynają technologię wdrażać. Przykładem jest Miasto Gdynia i Warszawa (dzielnica Targówek), gdzie zaobserwowane użycie, zarówno przez nasz zespół, a także przez włodarzy, którzy mają dostęp do statystyk w czasie rzeczywistym było znacznie wyższe. W marcu liczba zadanych w tych szkołach zadań była o 40% większa niż w pozostałych szkołach.

Obecnie z rozwiązania NUADU korzysta w Polsce około 150 szkół. Dla przeważającej większości z nich, narzędzie stało się z dnia na dzień domyślnym rozwiązaniem umożliwiającym kontynuację procesu kształcenia.

Warto również zauważyć, że wszystkie nowe wdrożenia systemu NUADU w szkołach w miesiącu marcu i kwietniu odbyły się w pełni zdalnie, w tym prezentacja rozwiązania, podpisanie dokumentów, konfiguracja i szkolenia. Świadczy to o większej otwartości jednostek edukacyjnych na zdalny proces współpracy.

5. Zaangażowanie rodziców w proces nauczania

Rodzice pełnią obecnie jedną z głównych ról w procesie edukacyjnym uczniów. Warto zauważyć, że wzrasta wśród nich świadomość znaczenia wykształcenia dziecka dla jego późniejszego życia, co powoduje, że rodzice stają się partnerami władz państwowych i szkoły w sprawach edukacji.

W aplikacji NUADU rodzic pełni rolę „nadzorcy” nad procesem edukacyjnym dziecka. Ma możliwość:

  • podglądu statusu aktywności zleconych dziecku,
  • przeglądu terminu ukończenia aktywności,
  • przeglądu raportu wyników aktywności wraz z widokiem wszystkich prób odpowiedzi udzielonych przez dziecko.
Wykres: Liczba unikalnych logowań Rodziców do aplikacji NUADU

W okresie zamknięcia szkół zauważyliśmy znaczący wzrost zainteresowania platformą wśród rodziców. Wynika to z faktu, iż rodzice zaczęli organizować czas nauki swojego dziecka, nierzadko udostępniając swój komputer. W porównaniu do lutego 2020, zanotowaliśmy wzrost logowań rodziców o 349,3% w marcu.

6. Dobry czas na samodzielną naukę

W okresie zamknięcia szkół uczniowie, oprócz odrabiania zadanych przez nauczycieli w systemie aktywności, zaczęli w większym stopniu korzystać z funkcjonalności Praca własna, która pozwala samodzielnie nadrobić braki z danego obszaru. Wzrost zainteresowania wyniósł w marcu 400%.  

Wykres: Praca własna – liczba zadanych aktywności w aplikacji NUADU

W tym okresie też, NUADU podjęło decyzję o udostępnieniu uczniom klas IV – VIII materiałów edukacyjnych w postaci zadań i materiałów interaktywnych do pracy indywidualnej. Oznacza to, że każdy uczeń może nabywać wiedzę i rozwijać swoje umiejętności samodzielnie, bez udziału nauczyciela. To kolejna metoda pracy zdalnej bardzo chętnie wykorzystywana przez uczniów, o czym mówi poniższe zestawienie obrazujące liczbę wygenerowanych zestawów „Pracy własnej”.

7. Podsumowanie

Początki edukacji zdalnej jak pokazują powyższe wnioski nie są tak trudne, jak by się mogło wydawać. Droga do wymarzonej edukacji bywa wyboista, natomiast transformacja się zaczęła i trwa.

Wraz z otwarciem się szkół na technologię niezbędną do prowadzenia zajęć zdalnie realna staje się wizja wsparcia nauczycieli w obszarach możliwych do obsłużenia przez technologię, tak aby mogli skupić się na tym co najważniejsze – nauczaniu i wsparciu uczniów.

Aktualnie platforma NUADU wyręcza nauczyciela w sprawdzaniu zadanych uczniom zadań, pokazuje indywidualne wyniki każdego ucznia, podpowiada treści pomagające uzupełnić wiedzę uczniów, pozwala oszczędzić czas nauczyciela na rutynowych czynnościach i wskazuje obszary, w których uczniowie wymagają pomocy.

Czerpanie z dobrodziejstw technologii pozwoli na zmianę roli nauczyciela w procesie edukacyjnym z klasycznej, w której jest osobą przekazującą zagadnienia do opanowania (Content provider) na osobę będącą wsparciem, pomagającą uczniom osiągnąć wyznaczone cele (Facilitator).

Zmiana ta, opisywana od lat w światowej literaturze pedagogicznej, jest wysoce pożądana, ponieważ prowadzi do długo wyczekiwanej ewolucji podejścia dotyczącego kształcenia uczniów o stale zmieniających się potrzebach. Cyfrowy świat, a co za tym idzie zdalna edukacja, umożliwiają tę transformację w najprostszy i najmniej inwazyjny sposób.


Michał Korpys
Chief Product Officer NUADU
Alicja Wanat
Marketing Manager at NUADU

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Dla rodziców i uczniów zainteresowanych zadaniami i zasobami wiedzy dla klas IV – VIII w aplikacji NUADU:

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Distance Learning in Practice – NUADU Educational Platform Usage Report from February to April 2020

An analysis of user behavior on the NUADU platform in the past quarter has yielded interesting observations and conclusions for remote education and the process of adapting to the new reality.

In the last weeks of school closures due to the Covid-19 pandemic, tremendous changes have occurred in the area of education. Transforming the classic teaching model, in which there is daily interaction between student and teacher, into a model of remote work in such a short time turned out to be a big challenge for everyone: teachers, students, parents, and school administrators.

Since then, we’ve seen an unprecedented increase in the use of the NUADU educational platform, offering us a unique opportunity to analyze the behavior of our users. Our platform has allowed us to gather a wealth of data on remote education and the process of adapting to the safety measures of a new reality. The statistical sample was made for 50,000 students and 4,000 teachers.

1. The initiative comes from teachers

To ensure continuity of teaching, teachers had to include the existing technology in the teaching process in a very short time. While most of the online solutions have been available on the market for several years, the adoption rate has been relatively low before the pandemic.

An essential element of the process was the adaptation of tools such as:

  • Digital grade book – Class or learning management systems have been used in schools for about a decade.
  • E-learning platforms and knowledge evaluation tools – In recent years, they have been increasingly used in everyday work as tools to improve a teacher’s job.
  • Remote communication tools – These have been available on the market for many years, but they usually do not work well in the classic school model. Given the need for social distancing, these tools are currently experiencing a surge in popularity – e.g., video-conference platforms and video-chats. Among them is the successor of Skype, the Microsoft Teams application.

Indicators of increased interest in remote education tools are statistics on the use of the NUADU application in the past three months. This covers the period when classes were still taking place in schools (February 2020), the widespread school closures due to the pandemic (March 2020), and the point when distance learning became the norm (April 2020). 

1.1 Login

During the school closure period, the number of logins to the application by both teachers and students increased significantly. In March, there was a 254% increase in teacher account logins and a 213% increase for student accounts.

Number of unique logins in NUADU educational platform
Chart: Number of unique logins in NUADU app

It is worth noting that the average duration of a session on the NUADU platform is close to 75 minutes for a student and over 60 minutes for a teacher. This confirms that our users find functionalities in the system that engage them and address their needs.

1.2 Assigning activities

During the school closing period, the number of activities assigned by teachers increased significantly. The term “activities” includes assignments, quizzes, and exams in the system.

Number of assigned activities by teacher  in NUADU educational platform
Chart: Number of assigned activities by Teacher in NUADU app

Based on the above data, we noticed a significant growth in assigned activities. We observed an increase of 486% from February to March 2020, a level that was sustained in the month of April.

1.3 Solving assignments

We also looked at the solving assignments ratio: the ratio of the number of solved activities to the number of assigned activities. This ratio was 68.5% for February, 73% for March, and 74% for April. These numbers show that students are happy to solve assigned tasks in the application, both in the classic school model (February) and the remote work model (March and April).

Number of assigned and solved activities  in NUADU educational platform
Chart: Number of assigned and solved activities in NUADU app

Based on the above data, it can be seen that the teacher defines how students work in the system, which directly translates into an increase in their use and interest in the NUADU application. As in the classic school model, the teacher is the main driver of the student’s work.

2. The most popular functionalities

The NUADU system, designed to improve the process of acquiring and evaluating knowledge, offers teachers several features, such as assigning and creating their tasks and automatic checking of answers. Other features include enabling individualization of the teaching process based on the collected data as well as an extensive database of interactive materials and lesson scenarios.

Distribution of activities assigned to students  in NUADU educational platform
Chart: Distribution of activities assigned to students in NUADU app

In the initial school closing period, teachers mainly used ready-made assignments, which were automatically checked by the system. With the extension of distance learning, they began to use other activities, such as quizzes and exams. However, e-lessons rarely used before this school closure got the highest interest.

3. The willingness of teachers to use remote learning tools

Teachers, especially those with extensive pedagogical experience acquired in the classic teaching model, demonstrate the need to acquire knowledge and skills related to the use of remote education tools, including the use of a computer or tablet.

This resulted in a boost in interest in the training resources conducted by NUADU, including the webinars and shared tutorials. We’ve also seen an increased use of our 24/7 chat support, which is further evidence of more teacher involvement. 

Number of incidents made through chat  in NUADU educational platform
Chart: Number of incidents made through chat in NUADU app

In March, the number of inquiries submitted via the NUADU support line increased four times compared to February.

Report on distance learning by NUADU educational platform

4. Readiness of schools

Schools that implemented NUADU a few months or years ago show much more interest and use of the system compared to schools that are just beginning to implement the technology. In March, the number of assignments given in these schools was 40% higher than in other schools.

Overnight, the tool became the default solution and enabled the continuation of the learning process. It worth noting that all new implementations of the NUADU system in schools in March and April took place entirely remotely, including the presentation of the solution, signing of documents, configuration, and training. This proves that educational units are more open to the remote implementation process than ever.

5. Parental involvement in the teaching process

Parents currently play a leading role in the educational process of students.

Number of unique logins of parents  in NUADU educational platform
Chart: Number of unique logins of Parents in NUADU app

During the school closing period, we noticed a significant increase in interest in the platform among parents. This is because parents began to organize their child’s learning time, often sharing access to the same device. We recorded an increase of 349.3% in parents’ logins in March compared to February.

6. Opportunity for self-study

During the school closing period, in addition to homework set by the teachers in the activity system, the students began to use the Own Work functionality to a greater extent, which allows them to make up for deficiencies in a given area. The increase in interest reached 400% in March. 

Self-study - number of assigned activities  in NUADU educational platform
Chart: Self-study – number of assigned activities
Raport on distance learning by NUADU educational platform

7. Summary

The beginnings of remote education, as the above conclusions show, is not as difficult as expected. The road to better education can be challenging, but the transformation has begun and will continue given the current global conditions.

With the opening of schools to the technology necessary to conduct classes remotely, the vision of supporting teachers in areas that can be served by technology becomes real. This allows them to focus on what is most important – teaching and helping students.

Currently, the NUADU platform helps teachers:

  • check the tasks assigned to students,
  • assess and show the individual student progress,
  • suggest content that supplements student knowledge,
  • save time on routine activities, and
  • identify areas in which students need help.

Leveraging the benefits of technology will allow a much-needed change in the teacher’s role in the educational process from classic, a person who transfers the issues for mastery (content provider), to a more supportive role that helps students achieve their goals (facilitator)

This paradigm shift, which has been described in the world pedagogical literature for years, is highly desirable because it leads to the long-awaited evolution of the approach to educating students with continually changing needs. The digital world, specifically remote education, allows this transformation in the most straightforward and effective way.


Michał Korpys
Chief Product Officer at NUADU
Alicja Wanat
Marketing Manager at NUADU

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5 Strategies to Boost Participation in Online Classes

When you conduct online classes, you need to deal with the lack of face-to-face interaction, distractions, technical issues, and the uncertainty of a pandemic. Here are the tips for encouraging student participation during an online class.

Home-based learning is experiencing a surge in popularity as most countries go on lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Whether your school plans to do this long term or simply as a stop-gap measure, you now need to figure out how to teach effectively and completely in a remote setup.

Teaching online involves more than having the right resources and a good internet connection. You have to take the lead and help your students adjust to the new normal. After all, it is quite a contrast to the classroom environment that you and your students are used to.

When you conduct online classes, you need to consider the challenges and possibilities of a virtual class. You and your students have access to an amazing set of resources and participation modes on the combined NUADU platform and MS Teams. At the same time, you need to deal with the lack of face-to-face interaction, distractions, technical issues, and the uncertainty of a pandemic.

Good thing we have these tips for encouraging student participation during an online class.

1. Clarify Your Purpose

Students tend to participate more if they know that there is a point to what they are doing. They need to know that they will learn something useful and relevant. So, whenever you ask them to do an activity or lead them into a discussion, clarify your objectives and how they lead to the main learning outcomes of the course.

2. Set Clear Guidelines

Setting clear guidelines and expectations about commitment, time, work, and effort helps give students a structure to their learning. This would give a more concrete direction to the course and a more tangible gauge to student progress.

Phrase these guidelines as suggestions, not hard and fast rules. Invite your students’ input about what seems realistic given their individual contexts. When you agree on the guidelines, students are more likely to follow them as they feel that their needs and contributions are valued. These are extraordinary times, so provide a bit of flexibility and extend grace if these guidelines are not followed perfectly.

3. Ask Engaging Questions

What kind of questions are boost participation in an online class? The same type that makes classroom discussions come alive:

  • Open-ended – Answerable by more than yes/no, these questions move students to elaborate and explain.
  • Elicits higher thinking and reflection – Good questions also move students to analyse, assess, dig deeper, and explore possibilities.
  • Requires the students to use the course content to build their answers – Good questions build upon the course’s content, giving students a progressing view of the subject matter as each topic is connected to what was discussed before.

4. Provide Diverse Activities

Classes shouldn’t always be just question-and-answer sessions. Create suitable activities like problem-solving, case studies, and others. But make sure these activities achieve the learning objectives, not just busywork.

5. Give Valuable Feedback

As your students progress through the course, give each of them feedback that would help them assess and see where they are — what they are doing good, and what they need to improve. Use NUADU’s assessment tools to help you make proper assessments and recommend exercises and activities for each student.

Interested in a home-based learning tool that you can set up in a day? Ask about NUADU’s Online Class, a distance learning solution in partnership with Microsoft.

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5 Tips for Parents for Effective Home-Based Learning

With so many schools closing because of the coronavirus, your children may now be staying at home with you and you have to make sure their education continues. Here are five tips to help your children continue their education at home.

1. Don’t Overthink It

No one is expecting you to recreate your child’s classroom experience. So, make your own. Use the resources that your child’s school is offering — online classes, physical books, and other materials. On top of that, use what materials you have at home.

2. Set up a Learning Space

Your child will need a place where she could focus on her lessons or activities. This could be the child’s room or a part of the living room. And if the school offers online lessons, the computer should be accessible to her and you as the facilitating adult. Her other school material within reach, as well, or stored in an easily-movable case so the child can take them wherever she feels comfortable studying.

3. Have a Realistic Schedule

While you’re not expected to recreate your child’s classroom in your home, it would do her good to maintain the schedule structure that she is used to when she was going to school. It would give her a sense of routine, of her doing school except that it’s at home. But if you observe that your child learns better at a different time of the day, adjust the schedule accordingly. The goal, after all, is for your child to continue learning, not to maintain school schedules.

4. Be a Facilitator

You don’t have to be your child’s teacher. If your child’s school has shifted to a home-based learning system with online classes, you will act more like a facilitator or teacher’s aide. Just follow the program but be ready to answer any questions that your child may ask.

If you were homeschooling your child even before the coronavirus pandemic, you are the still primary teacher. But now, you have to find ways to fill the gaps left by tours, music lessons, sports clubs, and other out-of-the-house learning activities that are now cancelled. For this, the internet is your friend. Look for virtual tours, documentaries, demo videos, and other learning media that you can use.

5. You Don’t Need to Study the Whole Day

Limit dedicated schooling time. Allow for some free time for your children to stretch their minds and bodies in more leisurely activities, or just relax. Let them play with their toys or draw what they want to draw, or do whatever they find enjoyable. If they miss their friends, set up an online meeting for them. You can also do the same for yourself and your friends.

Just because school premises are closed doesn’t mean learning has to stop. Make the most of what you have and what the schools offer to keep your children learning.