🚀 8 Ways To Empower Teachers and Lessons!


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In 2010, Ross Morrison McGill founded @TeacherToolkit from a simple Twitter account through which he rapidly became the 'most followed teacher on social media in the UK'. In 2015, he was nominated as one of the '500 Most Influential People in Britain' by The Sunday...
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How can you effortlessly level up your online teaching?

I’ve partnered up with LessonUp, a community of teachers from all over the world, exchanging lesson resources to deliver online lesson content to students.

Would you like to be part of a world-class teacher community and online teaching platform? It’s free to register!

Lessonup Logo AdvertA few schools across the UK now use LessonUp, but it is largely unknown despite being very popular in the Netherlands, Belgium and the USA.

As with all edtech solutions, they must be impactful. This means saving time and engaging students in and out of class for teachers to achieve better outcomes.

8 LessonUp key features:

  1. Teachers can use LessonUp to help them create, teach, plan and analyse lessons and homework.
  2. Teachers can integrate all of their most-used platforms! E.g. PowerPoint, Teams, GDrive and YouTube.
  3. Teachers can create lessons on the platform. There is a vast library of (800,000 lessons) templates, and content.
  4. LessonUp can be used on and offline and in the classroom for hybrid learning.
  5.  Students can join and instantly participate, entering a unique pin code with no login required.
  6. Teachers can create and share differentiated lessons to match students’ individual learning levels.
  7. Teachers can track students’ progress on both class and individual levels by reviewing reports post-lesson.
  8. Teachers can set online assessments and retrieval quizzes easily, allowing students to work at their own pace

Why not register for free and start your LessonUp journey today?

Take your teaching one step further?

Inside the side are a wide variety of tools. I particularly love the classroom spinner, a fantastic formative assessment tool; their blogs on scaffolding and digital post-it notes support your professional knowledge, including case study stories from teachers using the platform.

LessonUp saves time and energy, allowing teachers to concentrate on the most important thing – teaching! The platform is both intuitive and engaging, allowing you to manage your lessons effortlessly.

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