QuizPedia is a fun and engaging learning tool that can be used in primary education and onwards. And it’s free! How is it different to a typical quiz making tool? Quizzes aren’t new to the classroom but QuizPedia’s approach is. We flip the tables and transfer the task of making quizzes from teachers to students. … Continue reading Get students learning by MAKING quizzes instead of TAKING quizzes.
Technology has always been a driving force of change. It has radically transformed education. Students have the convenience and flexibility to study online. However, online education has also created a host of new challenges. One of the biggest challenges is protecting student privacy. Online universities need to take measures to protect student privacy. However, some … Continue reading How To Protect Your Privacy As An Online Student.
I recently did some staff training about developing growth mindsets in the classroom. To prepare the session, I created a survey for the teachers in my school, using the website Typeform (click here to view the survey). Next, I interviewed a random selection of pupils, asking these questions: Are you good at maths? Are you … Continue reading How To Develop A Growth Mindset In Your Classroom
I recently did some writing for Scholastic. It was an online resource, featuring 50 story starters to encourage exciting writing. Click here for the full piece.
I recently presented at a webinar for Scientix - a European Union funded community for science education in Europe. Webinar outline: The webinar featured a number of websites and apps which are great (and FREE) to use in the classroom including: Google Keep, QR Codes, Padlet and Kahoot! Along with an explanation and short tutorial, I … Continue reading A Webinar For Scientix: 10 Top Tech Tools For Teachers.
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The way we’re teaching is changing, it’s time we change the way we communicate and engage with the whole school community. Following the removal of national curriculum levels, schools have been given a measure of freedom as to how they teach the curriculum - but do parents still understand how to read the performance of … Continue reading Achieve ‘outstanding’ in communication and engagement.