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Online teaching resources

Discussion in 'Primary' started by garforthacademy, Jul 15, 2020.

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Which type of resource would you prefer to use in your online sessions?

Poll closed Jul 22, 2020.
  1. Powerpoint Slides

    0 vote(s)
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  2. Word and PDF documents

    0 vote(s)
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  3. Write on a smartboard

    50.0%
  4. Interactive resources

    50.0%
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. garforthacademy

    garforthacademy New commenter

    Dear All,

    With increasing use of online teaching, do you see a challenge in keeping the students engaged and making an impact? I would like to understand the type of resources that you would like to have in your armory.
     
  2. ime20

    ime20 New commenter

    Hi, For EAL and SEND pupils. I use the Learning Village. It's image based, so suitable for learners from any language background. It has online and offline resources, lesson resources, translation as well as differentiation support. It also has whole school differentiation tools. I find it very time saving. https://www.learningvillage.net
     
  3. TeachtoLearnMore

    TeachtoLearnMore New commenter

    With distance learning I've found that interactivity is an important component for my lessons, and I've been investing more time on interactive education platforms like Flipgrid. My students love replying with videos. I've also been making interactive presentations, images, and games for my students with Genially (https://genial.ly/), a tool that allows me to make all kinds of Edu. material for free. Money is tight at my school, and I'm grateful both come with a free option.
     

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