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Today we are excited to explain about our “5 a day” revision questions aimed at Year 11 pupils who are about to take their GCSE Mathematics exams. Each set of five questions is designed to be quite short: we want to encourage pupils to do some maths every day in the run up to the summer examinations. Each day […]

We’re really pleased to let you know that using Imvoto for the first time is now easier than ever. You don’t need to set up accounts for your pupils: they can now do this for themselves. They can even skip this step altogether and answer questions as a guest user. These changes mean that you […]

We’ve improved the bar charts in Imvoto that show how students have answered a particular question. Our improvements make it easier to quickly notice trends and similarities in answers. The major difference is that the bars are now ordered to position similar answers next to each other. In the video below, Jamie explains how he’s used […]

In this video, I talk about how three individual students in my Year 9 class got on with an assessment about trigonometry. I give you a brief introduction to the sort of insight you can gain into each of your students using Imvoto. This is part two in a series of video tutorials of the […]

In an earlier post we described how we’ve improved the way you can get a quick overview of what your students understand using Imvoto. In this video, I talk through what this looks like for a real maths lesson. This topic was taught to my Year 9 group by a colleague, so this was the first opportunity for me […]

At Comberton Sixth Form this term, we’ve been using Imvoto with some of our students as a part of the learning they do outside of lessons. I’m hesitating to call this activity homework since I believe that, used correctly, the time we ask students to work on activities outside of lessons has the potential to be […]

We collected feedback from many of you about what you want in terms of viewing the progress of pupils within a lesson. We want you to have immediate insight into assessment data allowing you to intervene and change your lesson accordingly. Two related, but quite different, needs came out: You want to see how the […]

Teaching fractions This post will document how we’ve been using Imvoto to teach Y7 and Y8 pupils about fractions. At present, we’re just linking to the questions and other resources we’ve used. In time we’ll include feedback from teachers and students about each lesson, as well as further resources such as PowerPoint and SMART Notebook […]

One of our core goals when we decided to create Imvoto was to allow teachers to share great questions with each other. We want to ensure that your questions have impact beyond the walls of your classroom: your work can enhance the learning of many more students than the thirty-odd in front of you. We’ve […]

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