The way in which the history of a task is displayed within Firefly means that you can easily track the progress of a long-term project.
Setting tasks in Firefly allows you to easily set homework, share resources, provide feedback and monitor the progress of your students. However, the flexibility of the task management features within Firefly mean that you can employ them in a wide variety of other uses.
Projects may well be completed over a longer timeframe than a traditional ‘homework task’. The way in which the history of a task is displayed within Firefly means that you can easily track the progress of a long-term project, recording feedback and comments from both the teacher and the student.
Each step in the project can be recorded within the task itself allowing teachers, students and parents to see how a piece of work develops over the course of the project. This task ‘history’ can be viewed quickly and easily within the Firefly; an Art project for example might have photographs of the piece of work added in each week, with comments from the student alongside feedback from the teacher.