Upload a document when completing a Microsoft Form

Microsoft has recently added file upload to their ever-developing Quiz and Survey tool, Microsoft Forms. When creating your Form or Quiz, there is now a question type titled 'File upload'. This gives the end-user the opportunity to upload a file type of your choosing. Once the Form has been submitted any uploaded files are stored … Continue reading Upload a document when completing a Microsoft Form

Try Zeetings to deliver an interactive presentation.

Sign up for a free Zeetings account at https://www.zeetings.com/. "Get everyone on the same page by empowering your participants to follow your slides and other content directly from their own device. Each time you change slides, their device will automatically change too. Joining in is super simple. There’s nothing to download, install or sign up to … Continue reading Try Zeetings to deliver an interactive presentation.

Create your next worksheet online using Wizer.me

Use Wizer.me to create your next online worksheet. “Wizer is dedicated to building easy, fun tools that amplify the energy and creativity that all teachers bring to their classrooms.” - Wizer.me Sign up for a free account at http://www.wizer.me. Once you have created an account you can explore the community worksheets, that others have shared, … Continue reading Create your next worksheet online using Wizer.me

Create Trading Cards in English Literature

Get students to create trading cards for English Literature lessons to aid character understanding. Go to http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/trading_cards_2/ Give your card a Topic and choose a type of card: Add a picture of the character and begin to provide a 'Description' and 'Insights'. On the reverse of the card, provide 'Developments', 'Memorable interactions' and 'Personal Connections'. Once … Continue reading Create Trading Cards in English Literature

The Learning Wheel

The Learning Wheel, created by Deborah Kellsey (@DebKellsey) Learning Wheels can be found at http://www.thelearningwheel.co.uk Learning wheels come in both resource and contextualised forms (subject specific), with the information contained within the wheel being crowd-sourced, where contributors offer learning examples, for other teacher to use. Inspired by Sharpe, R., Enfield, G. and Francis, R. (2006) a … Continue reading The Learning Wheel