Although visitors are always looking for exciting apps to view (which we have some) the core uses here are based on quite simple applications – sharing resources, lesson outcomes and allowing personalisation – all designed to allow more independence of learning.
Please click on some of the links below to view examples of uses in lessons:
“I made this thinglink for my Y7 when teaching ‘my bedroom’. As you can see I only added the furniture names and the youtube link. Their homework was then to take a picture of their own room (or any picture from the internet) and label the furniture AND add some prepositions (on the table, next to the window, etc).”
https://www.thinglink.com/scene/784467363482304512 (this is my work)
Some of their homework
“This is a edpuzzle for a flipped lesson on negative articles in French with some quizzes for homework. “
Collaborative board on eSafety for years 7/8 – asked to add their own ideas on social media tools and potential dangers – collaboratively builds class thoughts:
Mr Dover’s use of Padlet to share learning information with his RE group:
Example of using a very engaging system to allow students to work through some learning content and provide me with a tool to assess their understanding and mastery before moving on.
Using the Educreations systems as an interactive whiteboard whilst recording your own narration.