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1 września 2014

Zdasz.to - Softhis new implementation for WSiP

Software house Softhis developed for Wydawnictwa Szkolne i Pedagogiczne - one of the biggest Polish publishing companies - an internet platform for high school graduates, which helps to pass the final exam in interactive and effective manner.

Zdasz.to is an internet platform which contains 7 training courses of 5 subjects: mathematics, Polish, biology, chemistry and geography. Key subjects (Polish and mathematics) was prepared for two levels of education (basic, advanced) and other subjects are available in advanced mode.

Each course contains materials not only for self-learning, but also to diagnose the level of preparation for final exam based on the interactive elements of the system. The platform of courses takes into account both the specificity of the user and the pedagogical aspects. To use the platform was even more interesting, going through the course incorporates the principles of gamification.

Major challenge put to resolve were number of learning materials, ease to use them, in particular to mathematics or chemistry, as well as adjusting the application to requirements of mobile devices users. The basic premise for each course is to allow the user full ease in the use of the modules forming it. User within the individualization of teaching decides how and in what sequence uses the materials of the course, according to preference. This provides better control over the progress of work, increases responsibility for self-education and motivation to plan work schedule. Less advanced graduates will receive a hint, how and in what order to go through the course.

 

 

To achieve this Softhis created content player component learners served in SCORM format. Learning outcomes are written in the international standard Tincan Api, algorithms have been optimized content delivery learners and fully responsive interface allows easy use of resources on mobile devices. Zdasz.to has been integrated with the recently delivered by Softhis, bespoke WSiP system account, used to authenticate and authorize users of all web services WSiP (single sign-on).