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Review: Languagenut, a Language Subscription Site with a Difference

Created in 2009, Languagenut promotes a fun, simple and engaging approach to language learning for KS2 and KS3 pupils. Although Languagenut has its HQ in the UK, it now has users all over the world in 32 countries, from Puerto Rico and the US to Asia and it has adapted its platform to meet the curriculum needs in those different countries.

The range of languages offered is truly global but

Liverpool MFL Conference, 6th July 2015, Jaguar Rover

I had a great day in Liverpool at the conference organised by Hilary Jones of  Network for Languages North West. Other speakers included OFSTED inspector Liz Kelly and the fabulous Juliet Park.
A fantastically productive day!

As promised, here are the slides I used for my session:
 

15 Simple Tips To Keep Your Sanity During Testing

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by TeachThought Staff
Right, so, testing. Bleh. 
Let’s get through this together.

The Assessment Range: Using Data To Meaningfully Affect Learning

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by Terry Heick

Snapshots Of Understanding? 10 Smart Tools For Digital Exit Slips

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Snapshots Of Understanding? 10 Smart Tools For Digital Exit Slips
by Ryan Schaaf, Assistant Professor of Technology, Notre Dame of Maryland University
Do they get it?

How Should Learning Be Assessed?

Amidst the outcry against standardized testing, professor Yong Zhao encourages taking a moment to re-examine other ways to assess student learning.

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60 Non-Threatening Formative Assessment Techniques

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Quantified Learners: Moving Beyond Assessment

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