A collection of key terms used in Lengo.
Someone who decides if someone has achieved a successful status for a granule. An assessor can credit a learner. See Assessor Credit.
Professional behaviours are based on organisational standards, skills and professional development. These are grouped in behaviour headings.
A group of specialised practitioners who work together to share knowledge, assess and collaborate together.
A group of behaviours and granules that users access to assess themselves and others against.
An individual behaviour that can be assessed.
Someone who is using the framework to learn from and assess themselves. See Self Credit.
What is given to a learner as a recognition of achievement.
Imagine Education's Point of Learning system that incorporates assessment and collaborative tools.
Someone who is part of a framework.
The organisation is the name of the organisation using it. A Network is a sub division of an organisation. Groups are a small collection of individuals that work as a community of practice.
Another learner. Learners can credit other learners. This is called a Peer Credit.
A system to credit learners for demonstrating learning and awarding credits when and where learning happens, whenever it happens.
The development of a user's journey through their framework.
Anyone who uses Lengo.
When an assessor gives a credit to a learner.
When a credit is given or received, the website or app displays a confirmation.
View all credits given or received.
A - The icon in the top navigation shows all activity.
B- Activity for a single granule
Used when a learner requests a credit from an assessor or another learner (a peer).
Used when a learner gives a credit to another learner (a peer) or when an assessor gives a credit to a learner.
The website displays the number of credits for assessor, peer and self credits.
When a learner gives a credit to another learner.
When a card is scanned using an NFC device or using a QR code to quickly give and get credits.
When a learner gives themselves a credit to record their learning.
A method to remove a credit if one has been made in error.
An app that will run on Android devices that enable the transaction of learning credits.
The Lengo website allows the transaction of learning credits along with resources, collaborative, community and reporting features.
A method to give or get a credit. A 12 -digit code each user has that can be entered in Lengo.
A method to give or get a credit. NFC is Near Field Communications - technology lets mobile phones and some other items like Lengo cards that interact wirelessly with each other upon close contact.
A method to give or get a credit. QR is a Quick Response Code for a two-dimensional barcode that contains information.
A central place for discussion and sharing ideas and best practice.
The top right icon is a link to Help and Support articles as well as the Quick Tour.
The 3 bars in the top left of the app open the menu for access to other frameworks and card information.
Shows new credits given to the users along with selected notices.
Name, Email, Password and Profile Image settings. An About Me section allows for a user to provide a description of themselves.
A brief highlighted guide about how to use Lengo.
Further guidance can be added as text (indicators) or as files and links (resources)
A method to display only certain granules based on keywords on the app and website.
A way to expand and contract behaviour headings on the app and website.
Displays the 12-digit and QR code of the user so they can share with others to get and give credits.
A link from the App to view the framework on the device browser.
Users see a discussion or resource area for the framework.
Users see further information in a category and may be allowed to reply or contribute.
When a user is allowed to reply or contribute they may post in the topic.
A user can share their progress with a peer. That learner can then view the progress of the user who shared it with them. They can see the credits that learner has achieved, can view existing comments and add new ones. They can share their progress back with the original learner.
A user can add in comments. This can include evidence that they have been working on a granule or can be questions for an assessor to read at another time. Assessors can comment on a members progress in their group. When a user's progress is shared with another learner they can also comment.
All users connected to a framework.
When viewing another members progress their profile image appears and it will state “You are viewing a peer's progress”. If you are an assessor it states “As an assessor, you can view anybody's progress for this framework.”
Under 'Dates and Times'. See credit charts by time period. Charts can be downloaded.
Under 'Dates and Times'. See credits awarded by calendar period.
Export Data between dates and for different members to a spreadsheet.
Under ‘Locations'. View a map that highlights central geographic areas where credits are being awarded.
Under ‘Locations'. View a map that displays a marker where credits are being awarded.
Information about the number of members, credits and comments being given and received.