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“YogaMana Östermalm in Stockholm uses Dugga as an exam program in our new Self-Healing Therapist Program. It is a...
Sarasota School of Arts and Sciences, Sarasota, FL, USA
Dugga Teacher Award 2020 winner is Elizabeth Shannon, teacher and Department Head at Sarasota School of Arts and Sciences, FL, Sarasota. Elizabeth shares her experiences about
using Dugga when teaching her classes.
“Built in Microsoft Azure with features such as Immersive Reader, Dugga is making a significant impact on Office 365 and Microsoft Teams activations, while helping to incorporate important services such as plagiarism analysis and proctoring. As the only Microsoft Showcase School in Sri Lanka and with the recent recognition from Sri Lanka Telecom to be an EdTech Specialist School, this tie up will strengthen us further in our forward march in embracing the best of educational technology for our pupils.”
Surani Maithripala, Team Leader, Change Management of the Gateway Group.
Christel House School South Africa
“Scheduling and grading made easy with Dugga Digital Assessment. Our school is one of only two schools in South Africa to be invited into a school associate program with Microsoft’s Gold Partner, Dugga Digital Assessment. Our Junior School and High School received premier access to Dugga for a full year at no fee charged. Dugga saves time, it’s secure and it’s easy to use. Thanks Dugga Digital Assessment.”
Christel House School
Work Flows, The Netherlands
“Dugga is flexible to work with and was able to make the necessary adjustments quickly and after three working days we already had the first group of ten teachers working with Dugga in their classes.
In our project team, we had daily meetings with Dugga to achieve this success.”
Jack Aerts, Project manager, Work Flows
Escola Global, Portugal
Check out how teachers are using Dugga for all types of assessment at the Escola Global in Portugal. Click on play!
KSE Etten-Leur, The Netherlands
“Today at KSE 2500 students and 170 teachers are using Dugga. In the first two weeks of April, more than 100 exams have already been conducted, of which 1169 submitted answers. More exams are planned for the coming days. Exams are made and shared together among teachers, so that other colleagues are helped on the way.”
Margot van Houwelingen, ICT-project manager, Dutch language teacher
“With the Dugga app integration in Microsoft Teams it is now possible to schedule an exam for a class directly from within Teams and to add individual students to an exam event. We are now using this. In short, a very successful start at KSE of this promising Swedish-Dutch product “
Leon Geers, Director KSE
Municipality of Alingsås, Sweden
“Introducing Dugga to our schools has meant that we have been given a practical tool to use for all types of assessment. It has also challenged traditional ways of looking at exams and thereby become an incentive for in-depth discussions and discussions about educational practices.
In this respect, the use of Dugga has contributed especially to the favored digitization of assessment in upper secondary education and provided increased flexibility for adult education.
Dugga has also, with commitment, listened to our voices and discussions about the implementation and the development of digital assessment with always having the good of students in mind.”
Anneli Schwartz, Head of Culture and Education
Stockholm Science and Innovation School
“During these times of educational challenges, Dugga has been a valuable assessment platform for us in doing our exams, both on premises and remote. Our teachers have quickly adopted Dugga, it is user-friendly and above all, assures legal security in our tests, exams and assignments.
We have been working with Dugga for several years and with the Dugga app integration in Microsoft Teams it is now possible to schedule an exam for a class with students directly from within Teams and the exam event appears in the Teams calendar for all the students. We are very happy to see this development and the new possibilities that this gives us at and all other students out there.”
Patrick Vestberg, Dean