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Working digitally in the classroom

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by martin_hurst, Nov 11, 2019.

  1. Troglodite

    Troglodite New commenter


    I wonder how you work digitally in the classroom? What digital tools you use, etc.
    I work as foreign languages teacher. But any tips would be most welcome.

    Thank you for your time.

    Best regards,
  2. border_walker

    border_walker Lead commenter

    Most teaching is analogue rather than digital.
  3. diddydave

    diddydave Established commenter

    I've been out of the classroom for a couple of years now but teaching IT and CS it was quite easy as we always had access to computers.

    Primarily we used Google Classroom which was great for recording work, feedback and the learning discussion.

    For homework I, for the most part, set learning rather than writing tasks which were then assessed in a short ten question quiz (I used Kahoot) at the start of the lesson. Downloading those results as a record of the assessment and a quick scan through immediately after the quiz meant I could see any aspects of the lesson that might need more attention and if any were already universally understood and could be moved through more swiftly.
  4. Troglodite

    Troglodite New commenter

    Thank you very much for the replies.

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