Content and Engagement
This section contains research-based tips and tricks on how to get students to attend your lessons and how to keep them engaged during a lesson. We cover how you can quickly adapt your existing classroom resources for online teaching.
This clip shows a maths lesson where the teacher applies a range of whiteboard tools to explain key concepts.
Helen and Lesley review a SpaG starter activity on the first slide in a deck. This is completed by students upon arrival in a session.
Beth explains how she utilises the 'Wheel of names' tool to enage all students whilst removing the stigma of the teaching selecting a student.
In this clip Stacey shows us how she uses Mentimeter to carry out formative assessments during a lesson.
A short clip showing what's possible when using Powtoon to create engaging content in online lessons. This clip should be viwed in conjunction with the Powtoon exemplar.
A short video clip which can assist synchronous teaching, learning & assessment. In this video David Byrne talks us through how to integrate LYNX interactive software to promote live feedback when delivering online.
This resource has been designed by David Byrne in conjunction with EdTech Demonstrator and is designed to help staff create an area for colleagues or students to access online resources. In this clip David explains how it can be integrated effectively as a supplement to asynchronous delivery.
A demonstration of an excellent resource to facilitate either synchronous or asynchronous delivery. Here David Byrne, along with EdTech Demonstrator, elaborates on how Wordwall can complement a range of curriculum areas remotely.
EdTech demonstrator David Byrne guides us through a short tutorial on how to use Mentimeter as an effective tool for assessment in live sessions. He also notes that the platform has a multitude of options to enhance teaching, learning & assessment.