Everyone who knows a member of the Do-Be team will tell you the same thing – we are all so enthusiastic about our products and sincerely believe that they do make a noticeable impact upon our learners and the practice of professionals with whom we engage.
We have also had loads of great (published) feedback from our numerous presentations, training days and CPD sessions delivered to our customers. Pupils have also enthused about the Teach-IT series and how it engages, inspires and enthuses them in their learning.
Sometimes that is enough, but more of the same wouldn’t do any harm. So, we are delighted to publish an independent evaluation carried out into our Teach-IT product line.
‘Following a three month research process carried out in Autumn 2011, this report evaluates ‘Teach-IT’, one of a range of teaching products and services produced by Do-Be, a Scottish based company who promote the use of ICT and new media technologies within education settings. The research was funded through the Knowledge Exchange scheme of Perth College which is part of the new University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI).’
This independent evaluation was undertaken by Dr. Lynn Whitaker, a research assistant for the Centre for Rural Childhood, Perth College UHI, under the directorship of Professor Rebecca Wallace.
We at Do-Be are delighted with the evaluation, key findings and executive summary. We would like to take this opportunity to encourage our friends, customers and potential customers to download and read the evaluation for yourselves. We would also like to thank Dr. Whittaker and everyone who gave freely of their time to contribute to the evaluation.