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Working towards problem solving
Question Sets are scaffolded, building on prior skills and knowledge.
If LbQ recognises that a student is getting a lot of questions right, it automatically moves them onto the next level of challenge.
Everyone is working on the same topic, yet every student is working at the level appropriate for them - no glass ceilings, here.
LbQ's powerful feedback system
Every time a student answers a question, a piece of carefully considered feedback pops up!
This prevents misconceptions from becoming embedded and gives you the peace of mind that every student in the room is getting support.
Like a mini-you on each of their shoulders!
...start answering questions. Try some for yourself!
Divide a Quantity into a Given Ratio
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Students log in using LbQ's super handy QR code printed on stickers for students.
Hold on! A lot of students are getting this question wrong. Hit the (literal!) pause button.
You could use front-of-class annotation to unpack and revisit any question they haven't understood - or decide to pick up next time.
Can you see Fiona? She's had 8 attempts at Question 10.
Might be time to intervene.
Or not. LbQ gives you uncluttered information so you can make great decisions when it matters.
Allow us to introduce your new best friend: the results Matrix. This real-time question-level analysis gives you eyes everywhere.
You and your teaching assistants can come to the rescue for those who need it, when they need it.
After the lesson
With the LbQ Class Track feature, you can see how all your students are performing over time. Perfect for heads of department, or making grade predictions and tier decisions.
Zero tick and flick
With LbQ maths, you will have a full question-level analysis in a matter of moments. Use your results to inform planning.
What are they?
A Question Set is kinda what it says on the tin. It's a resource that contains between 10 and 40 questions based on a single National Curriculum learning objective.
Why our question sets win awards.
Imagine having months to consider a single learning objective and write great questions to check children have understood it correctly.
What if those questions were scaffolded, building on previous skills and knowledge - with enough variety to stretch and challenge everyone.
But what about the answers
Now consider that in addition to the questions, you had time to consider all the possible misconceptions a child may have.
How great would it be if you could write constructive feedback to be delivered immediately to that child every time they answered?
Well that's what we do for you. That's an LbQ Question Set.
Not enough devices?
Pupils can share a device, which can develop...
- Collaborative learning: teaching is the highest form of learning.
- Sharing of different methods to find an answer.
- Empowerment through pupils' ownership of their own learning.
Don't forget - you can use LbQ front-of-class too.
The Matrix: an x-ray for your class!
The teacher can see in real-time how all the pupils are getting on and intervene to ensure that misconceptions are nipped in the bud. You can be sure that every child is getting the right support at the right time.
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