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Inviting Guest Assessors
Extend the community of feedback to empower students with authentic realtime assessment. Share rubrics and student evidence for evaluation with a simple link, no logins required.
Tracking Competency-Based Learning
Competency-based learning frees learners to navigate to mastery in more personalized ways that better communicate the learner’s application of both knowledge and skills.
Headrush makes it easy.
The Power of Task Boards
The Task Board is a simple visual metaphor for collecting, curating, and organizing individual and group activities. Learn how the Task Board makes any learning scenario possible through multi-use task cards and flexible columns.
Credits are the most widely accepted currency when reporting student achievement at the high school level. But the jagged reality of agile learning doesn’t always match the square tracking of credits. Headrush has the solution.
Re-use and Remix
Learn how to use Headrush to re-use and re-mix your projects, expectations and outcomes with learners. Start learners with templates that reinforce your expectations while staying open to change as projects evolve.
Start and Support Student-Led Projects
Student passion projects, assigned projects in a thematic unit, and programs like genius hour: no matter what your learners create, you can manage and support their work and your process in one place, without needing to send a single email.
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Headrush and Google work well together.
Connect your Google account to Headrush, and login with a click.
From there, create, re-mix and re-use what is in your Google Drive wherever you need to. For example, add from Google Drive to the Module Overview or task descriptions to support project definition. Add from Drive as a template, and Headrush will automatically make a copy for each learner.
Customize the forms of evidence you want learners to provide when creating the Task. When learners complete their work, they can submit evidence directly from Google Drive.
Learners and advisors can focus on collaboration, as Headrush and Google handle sharing permissions automatically. This makes it simple to view Google presentations in evidence and edit documents in-line, which is handy for providing feedback and comments.