We’ve been asking teachers and looking at the research to put together some tried-and-trusted methods to help Year 7s step (or catch) up academically.
One of the challenges of university is adapting to new ways of studying: small seminar groups, huge lecture halls, day-long sessions in the laboratory, group assessments, independent learning – and so much more.
We spoke to Deputy Head, Mike Bramley about how and why they introduced digital books and how they find teaching and learning with Classoos.
It’s revision time. The time when students panic and realise how much they need to remember and teachers try to ensure their students have all the information they need at their disposal. With exams looming, here are some helpful ideas to get you to those all important great results.
Classoos is proud to announce a ten-fold growth in sales since 2020 as schools’ digital capabilities increased and the benefits of digital resources became clear.
After years of making resources with scissors, glue sticks and photocopiers; digital textbooks allow teachers to build their resources and curate their textbooks quickly and simply – finally a new chapter in the history of the textbook.
You’ve registered, downloaded the app, chosen your books and you’re ready to go, but hang on! Before you start, did you know that you can do so much more with Classoos than simply read the textbooks?
Whilst the jury remains out on the damage that a young, growing body can sustain through carrying a heavy school bag, there’s no denying that it’s something that continues to concern both parents and teachers alike.
Tony Parkin recalls his shock at receiving vandalised textbooks when he first went to school – and wonders if online textbooks like Classoos offer a solution.
There’s a difference between defacing textbooks and making margin notes. Margin notes are an essential part of the conversation between you and the author says Tony Parkin. With online textbooks margin writing is part of the deal!
Matt Britland former Director of Digital Learning, The Lady Eleanor Holles School and now Director of IT and Digital Strategy at Alleyns School explains his journey.
The triumvirate of training, support and leadership are key to 1:1 provision in schools conclude leading education thinkers