Ziplet: How Regular Feedback Can Benefit Teachers and Learners

Ziplet has been selected to participate in the Global Victoria EdTech Innovation Alliance. This will see their solution tested at Kingsley Park Primary School in Victoria, and Foyle College in the United Kingdom.

EduGrowth and Global Victoria have officially selected Ziplet for the Innovation Sprints, as part of the Global Victoria EdTech Innovation Alliance. 

The aim of this program is to enhance the global reputation of Victorian EdTech and education, and provide an example for the Australian EdTech ecosystem of the opportunities available when this testbed model is implemented. 

The Alliance will see the selected Innovation Sprints deploy Victorian EdTech solutions both in Victorian and international education institutions and schools. Over 26 weeks, the Sprints will be overseen by an independent researcher appointed to endorse the Sprint testbed design and validate the efficacy of the solution being trialled.

All 9 of the chosen Innovation Sprints exhibit a clear alignment with the Alliance objectives and are committed to transforming teaching and learning experiences around the world. 

Ziplet Innovation Sprint

This Sprint will explore how Ziplet can provide teachers with the tools and support to regularly gather student feedback for a data-informed approach. The aim, through this actionable feedback, is to improve student experience, learning outcomes and teacher practice.

Student feedback is a low cost, high impact approach to improving teaching and learning outcomes. Research suggests best practice feedback is regular and low-touch (small question sets). It helps teachers proactively understand student progress, and captures information less likely to be shared in conventional teacher-to-student settings. Through deploying their Ziplet solution, this project aims to measure its efficacy.

The solution will be deployed at Kingsley Park Primary School in Victoria, and Foyle College in the United Kingdom.

About Ziplet

Ziplet makes gathering, reviewing, and responding to student feedback quick, and easy. Ziplet is used in over 50 countries, 10,000 institutions globally, by teachers in schools, vocational training institutions, universities and corporate training environments.

Teachers use Ziplet to gain a deeper understanding of student comprehension and wellbeing; deliver quick exit tickets; encourage student reflection; deploy topic starters and more. Ziplet also supports schools and tertiary education institutions to gather feedback data with respect to the student experience.

EduGrowth Global Victoria EdTech Innovation Alliance - Ziplet

About Kingsley Park Primary School

Kingsley Park Primary School is a co-educational school in Victoria that serves pre-kindergarten to year 6.  The school maintains a high focus on structuring differentiated learning programs to cater for the individual learning needs of all students. Teachers personalise learning to maximise student growth in all areas

All subjects at the school are enhanced through using innovative digital technologies.

About Foyle College

Over 390 years old, Foyle College is a co-educational school in Derry, Northern Ireland. The school serves ages 11 to 18. 

The school has a focus on skills for the future, with multiple technology and computer suites available to students. Foyle College provides a wide breadth of courses for students to choose from.

The Global Victoria EdTech Innovation Alliance program is funded by the Victorian Government as part of the $3.6 million International Research Partnerships program under the International Education Short-Term Sector Recovery Plan.

For more information about the initiative visit Global Victoria EdTech Innovation Alliance.