Language and Teaching Resources

Over the last two decades of teaching, there are several language and teaching resources that have proven to be helpful in my language classroom. Some […]

What Does Your Student Really Know?

Immediate, real-time feedback can in turn help inform and direct teaching and ultimately improve student learning. Here are Five Resources that provide immediate Student Feedback […]

eFeedback: ICT tools I use to give my students high-quality feedback

Image courtesy of Heisenberg Media via Flickr. Mohamed El-Ashiry takes a look at four online tools that have helped him deliver high-quality feedback to his […]

Sticky learning: Digital brain dumps with Flipgrid and Socrative

It’s a common request from teachers of students: Study. Go home and study. Go back over the material. Re-read the material. When we ask students […]

The tech-rich social studies classroom

Standard 3-part story-driven post: 1) what it is, 2) what it looks like in a school, 3) how to do it in your school The […]

TEL me about… Student Engagement Tools

On Monday 6th February we ran another of our TEL me about… workshops, this one looked at student engagement tools. In it we shared a […]

Improve student interaction and engagement with participant response tools

Quick polling is an interactive way to engage students in classes by asking them to respond to quick questions and provide immediate feedback. (Calma et al, 2014) […]

5 Simple EdTech Wins for Beginners!

It appears that confidence is still a major barrier that prevents some teachers from using EdTech to its full potential to really enhance both teaching […]

Apps in Action: Using Socrative as an effective AfL Tool

Socrative is a superb app which makes enables teachers to quickly and easily assess the progress of their learners. Analogue tools like mini whiteboards and […]

Using WordPress for Evaluation & Feedback

There are many great tools available for collecting student evaluation or feedback in a session – TextWall, Padlet, Socrative, QR codes, Post-it notes (that’s right, […]

Are you just hearing crickets?

Do you ask your students questions and then hear crickets? Getting any sort of feedback can be a challenge to say the least. But you […]

Minute Paper – Approaches to Mid-Module Evaluation in Sport

This versatile technique – also known as the One-Minute Paper and the Half-Sheet Response -provides a quick and extremely simple way to collect written feedback […]

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