Why you need LbQ
Expectations of pupil progress have risen dramatically over the last few years. Reliable classroom tools to help teachers achieve these expectations have not.
Let's see how your life as a teacher can dramatically improve.
How does LbQ compare?
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Stuck with tired old textbooks?
They take a nice bite out of your budget don't they? And then they date overnight! They can't be adapted, they get lost and they get vandalised.
Let's get you into the 21st century!
Worksheets... the bane of your life?
We all use them, but we know they're far from perfect. You lose hours of your evening hunting for them, creating them and photocopying them.
Then, you discover that half the class have misconceptions after spending hours marking them!
There's got to be a better way.
Crushed by marking?
It's the worst. How quickly do you get marked work back to your pupils? The next day? The next week? And at what cost?
Ideally, every answer should receive constructive feedback to help children progress.
"Impossible!" we hear you cry...
Wish there was more than one of you?
Teach to the top. Differentiate by task. Teach to different learning styles. You've done it all.
You cannot cater for every single child and their needs all of the time, in every lesson. You can only do what you can do.
Do you get exam stress?
Does the thought of preparing for assessments get your blood pressure going?
Finding and photocopying past papers, using half your night marking, and doing question level analysis so you can come back into the classroom informed, but tired.
Let's do this differently...
Work/life balance just a dream?
We know it can certainly feel like it.
It makes us sad to see so many wonderful and inspiring educators leaving the profession. You should be able to live your life and enjoy the job you love.
We believe it is possible...
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Try a new way of doing things
It might be difficult to envisage when you might use LbQ in your classroom because it's a totally new way of doing things.
We can show you...
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.