What is ‘Seneca Learning’ ?
- Online learning platform
- Login to join your classes
- Notes, videos and quizzes to support your learning
How does it work?
- You need to log on to Seneca using your school email and password. This will ensure that you are linked to the correct classes and assignments.
- Go to ‘courses’ then ‘assignments’
- You will see the assignments that have been set for you – select the next one that is due in and click ‘start learning’. Use the timetable printed inside your Seneca booklet to help you plan your learning
- In your Seneca booklet, write the subject (eg: History – Crime and Punishment) and the topic (eg: 3.1 Changing definition of Crime in Industrial Britain) as well as the date.
- Watch the videos and read the notes. Pause whenever you need to. Make Cornell Notes in your Seneca booklet as you go, remembering to re-watch or re-read any sections that are unclear.
- Once you have made your notes, condense them into the summary section.
- Once your summary section is written, transfer this into no more than 3 questions and answers.
- Complete the task and write down your score at the top of the page in your booklet
1. What if I forget my login details?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for help – remember that they are the same as your school google account
2. I lost my booklet - what do I do?
Use the Cornell Notes guide on the school website here to help you set up a plain piece of paper
3. We had a family celebration, so I couldn’t do my Seneca task
You have a minimum of a week to complete each task and access to GA Prep and lunchtime support every day in school - we expect the tasks to be completed