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Footprints Science or Doddle learn?

Discussion in 'Science' started by TWillis, Jun 19, 2019.

  1. TWillis

    TWillis New commenter

    I want to buy a programme for my department that allows independent study and has quizzes, where their completion can be monitored by teachers.
    I know that Doddle Learn https://www.doddlelearn.co.uk does this for about GBP1000 for the whole school for KS3 and KS4.
    Footprints science https://www.footprints-science.co.uk is much cheaper but is it good enough? The free content is great, is it worth paying for when so much of it is free already?
    My school is 11-16, we are in Malaysia and we teach IGCSE with CIE exam board. The CIE syllabus is tough and the exams are even tougher. My students need lots of practice!
    Which programme would you recommend for my school?
    I currently use these two programmes to monitor independent work:
    Gradegorilla https://gradegorilla.com (Physics and Chemistry) is limited, but very useful and free of charge and Bestchoice https://www.bestchoice.net.nz (Chemistry) is licensed with a moderate fee.
    Many thanks for your thoughts
  2. swebby

    swebby New commenter

    You could try senecalearning.com. Doddlelearn is great but its better parts come as part of the wholeschool package which costs a lot more.

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