The Tortoise and the Hare: Using Quick but Iterative Instructional Improvements to Build a Better Class Over Time

You may have heard Aesop’s fable of The Tortoise and the Hare. The two are pitted against each other in a race. The Hare is […]

Appvent Calendar Day Thirteen – @Quizizz

Hello and welcome to Day Thirteen on the Appvent Christmas Calendar! It’s even Friday the thirteenth! I have no bad luck to bring you today […]

Conquering Learning when Revising

While students may be engaged in class and making visible, positive progress, they may still feel at a loss when it comes to preparing for […]

Research-informed ways of using #edtech to help learners revise effectively

I’ve long shared that effective use of technology to support learning doesn’t mean using flashy tools. Using fantastic tools that can create amazing things can […]

The 10 Best bits of Revision Advice For Students

Whether its revising for GCSE’s, A-Levels, Degree, Masters, PHD, or even professional exams the vast majority of us will at some end up dedicating a […]

How To Make Blackout Notes – Perfect For Revision

While thinking about a recent blog post named ‘Blackout Poetry‘, I thought: Why not use the technique for other areas of learning? Blackout notes are […]

Quizlet Teacher account – worth it?

I’ve been using Quizlet in class for a while. This term I’m getting to grips with it a bit more as part of a project for […]

Apps in Action: Using Quizlet to Aid Memory and Assess

“(Factors with the strongest evidence of improving pupil attainment) identifying common misconceptions… using strategies like effective questioning and the use of assessment” Sutton Trust, 2014 […]

Learning to Learn with Notecards and Games

Learning never comes easy, regardless of all the spins we may want to wrap around it. Learning is not something that is done to others […]

Image, Sound, Quiz!

Assessment, whether formative, summative or interim, is a regular feature of formal education. With different types of assessment tools and approaches, why not give learners […]

Revision Assistant Review

Sponsored by Turnitin Summary: Revision Assistant is a writing curriculum supplement tool that assists learners in their writing process through feedback and actionable comments. All […]

#246 View your revision history in Google Docs

Google Docs, a part of Google Drive, has a great revision history feature. The revision history show the changes that have been made to your […]

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