Tech Thursday- A review of Kahoot and Quizziz

When we were still in the physical space of the classroom, the pupils enjoyed playing an occasional quiz on iPads to test their expertise on subject matter. The air of rivalry spurred them on to explore the topic material to the best of their ability so that they could outdo their mates. When we went… Continue reading Tech Thursday- A review of Kahoot and Quizziz

A game of ‘Jeopardy’- assessing English grammar and math creatively

It gives me immense pleasure to see students enjoying reading or writing. The unfortunate paradox is that although language can help students build new worlds through their imagination, learning about grammar is cumbersome. Assessing a student’s understanding of grammar without undue stress can be an arduous task for an educator, and generating interest in completing… Continue reading A game of ‘Jeopardy’- assessing English grammar and math creatively

Tech Thursday- Using ‘Prodigy’ to gamify math

In one of my earlier blog posts, I ventured into my complicated history with mathematics. I have lately felt propelled to research ways to make mathematics pleasurable and interesting for young learners. I am convinced that the gamification of learning will soon take over the education sector and hoped to find something contemporary that would… Continue reading Tech Thursday- Using ‘Prodigy’ to gamify math