Scribo Way
The jobs Scribo helps teachers do
Teachers use Scribo to get the job done. The job of improving writing is a big one and made up of lots of jobs. Scribo has a range of contexts that quickly help teachers save time and increase impact.
Teaching English writing is tough, especially when students develop at differing levels across a growth continuum. Scribo supports the tough job English and humanities teachers do.

The jobs Scribo helps teachers do ...

  • Put Learners at the heart of teaching and learning
  • Scaffold and model the processes involved in idea generation, development and revision
  • Encourage students to practice the creation of sustained texts at all opportunities
  • Differentiate Instruction for students at all levels
  • Support development of writing skills and elements of writing
  • Shape collaborative learning through examples and discussion
  • Target feedback for learning levels with personalised levels of feedback and guidance
  • Integrate a range of techniques and technologies to create texts
  • Track student performance across elements of writing
  • Drive outcomes for students by giving them more ownership in their learning
  • Have more time for themselves

... are supported across 4 core teaching processes

Plan and Organise Writing
Instruct Writing
Review and Improve
Measure and Reflect
  • Pupils express themselves in a variety of writing styles
  • Help and encourage students to plan and scaffold writing
  • Give students more ownership in their writing
  • Guide idea generation, development, organization
  • Accommodate different thinking and learning styles
  • Differentiate support for students with varied scaffolds and guidance
  • Planning, reviewing and revision are recurrent processes when creating texts
  • Support Low learners with more explicit instruction in skills for idea generation
  • Use Teacher scaffolding to support joint construction and explicit explanation
  • Engage high progress learners with more sophisticated processes of writing
  • Support development of ideas coherently and cohesively into sentences and paragraphs
  • Organisation of ideas across styles and genres of writing
  • Modelling and explicit teaching of writing skills
  • Recognise and build on existing skills and knowledge of the group
  • Lower Primary - interactive writing support and common edits
  • Senior College - Encourage students to take responsibility for writing improvement
  • Help teachers monitor core writing disciplines like vocabulary and spelling development across the class
  • Integrate audio resources to enhance the clarity of meaning expressed
  • Support deep revision techniques not just spelling and grammar
  • Reflect on the choices students made of ideas, facts and details
  • Opportunities to review - display their work
  • Shape Learning via collaboration and discussion
  • Revise and review writing and representation
  • Middle Secondary - Review drafts independently - teachers give feedback for greater clarity
  • Conference with students individually or in groups around idea generation, development and revision processes of writing
  • Support learners with continuous feedback and revision processes of writing
  • Senior College - Encourage students to take responsibility for writing improvement
  • Differentiate teaching with explicit data in support
  • Monitor progress of students to understand where students need targeted teaching
  • Train AI models to work alongside teaching, grading and feedback
  • Understand what programs are working