Posts tagged: Webanywhere

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FREE Poster: Studying Tips For Pupils!

Whether it’s Friday’s ten-word spelling test, or an important exam, it’s essential for learners to revise and prepare. Getting into that frame of mind, however, can be difficult – particularly for younger pupils. So, we’ve put together a brand new poster for you to put up in your classroom. Tips For Studying gives pupils five…

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Gamification: How And Why It Works

There are already many schools across the country using gamification. Rather than just being a buzzword at the BETT Show in recent years, it’s now a serious proposition. For those who are new to it, gamification is the use of game-based elements and mechanics in what are typical non-game environments. In this case, it’s learning….

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Mary Cooch inspires at Webanywhere Event

Learning platforms aren’t just designed to save teachers time – they’re also a great way to get learners more engaged. That was the message delegates received from Mary Cooch (@Moodlefairy), who presented a 40-minute long introduction to Nurturing Online Learning – Webanywhere’s learning platform ‘awareness’ day. The event, which took place at Leeds’ Rose Bowl, must…

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Webanywhere Launches Learner Journey

Last night, Webanywhere ‘officially’ launched Learner Journey. It’s the new pupil e-portfolio system that allows learners to showcase their proudest achievements – and with the option to communicate with peers in a safe, secure environment, it promotes e-safety in schools. So, with e-safety now a big part of Ofsted’s inspections, the launch featured a presentation…

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