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Socrative is a super fun way to involve your students in quizzes that students can participate in from the laptops, smartphones, iPads etc.

Teacher Resources

Reflections on a lesson that didn't work

There’s a lovely section in Donald Finkel’s book, Teaching with Your Mouth Shut, where he describes a high school literature class discussing Homer’s Iliad.

The students generate their own questions about the reading — like, is Homer for or against war? 574 more words

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Assessment for Learning - LTC reflections

We are now three meetings into our participation in the SSAT national research project on embedding formative assessment. Jo has written about what her group have been trialling and reflecting on as part of this. 388 more words


TEL me more - January 2016

The first TEL me more event of the new year took place on the 6th January where we discussed the use of an interactive quiz tool called… 856 more words


End of term reflections 2015

This last term I went paperless in class. My students opened notebooks in Google Docs, and we hardly used any textbooks at all in any of my subjects (English (ESL), social studies, religion and an elective called international cooperation). 708 more words


Fronter vs Socrative Tuesday 15th December 2015

Some of you will have used the multi choice tests which give instant feedback (usually) to students and speed up marking. In my school we do this in one of three ways: the inbuilt multichoice test tool in the VLE called Fronter; the iPad friendly Socrative; and Kahoot, which has been used by MFL in […] 7 more words

TEL me more - December

December’s TEL Me More was attended by several people and rather than presentations a general discussion was held.

We talked about media based scenarios which can be used for formative and summative assessment. 184 more words