Jonathan Barry is Assistant Head of Science at Harrow International School, in Beijing. He spoke to us about the success Doddle has had in his department: saving teachers’ time and keeping students engaged, both in and out of the classroom.
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Weston Favell Academy share homework and assessment information with parents quickly and easily through Doddle Parent. It’s a fantastic way to facilitate more efficient communication between school and home and enables parents to support their children more effectively.
Samina Jardaneh is the Head of Senior Science at Brighton College, Abu Dhabi. The school use Doddle for both Science and Languages, with Doddle resources fitting seamlessly into the students’ study of the UK specifications.
Mohd Nasirali teaches KS3 Science at HELP International School where Doddle has recently been embedded into the Science department. Nasir talks about how Doddle has helped to save teachers time and engage students.
We spoke to the Heads of Physics, Geography and MFL at the Grange School in Nigeria to hear about their experiences with Doddle. Here all three tell us the ways in which Doddle has helped to engage both teachers and students alike.
St George's International School, Luxembourg James Roberts is a Science teacher at St George’s International School in Luxembourg. In our latest case study, he and the Head of Science, Mark Stenton, detail the ways in which Doddle has helped engage
“Doddle is a really good assessment tool because it gives us a profile of what students can and can’t do. With the old National Curriculum levels system, it was impossible to allocate a level to an individual activity so you always got a best-fit number, which didn’t really mean anything. But with Doddle students know exactly what it is they have to work on to improve.”
David Freeborough and Shawn Henson work at the British Council School in Madrid, as IT & Data Manager and IT Administrator respectively. Both speak about how easy they find Doddle to use, as well as the quality of resources.
With more demanding content, closed book exams and a linear course, the bar has definitely been set high for the reformed English Language and English Literature GCSEs.
In particular, the increased emphasis on in depth knowledge of whole texts has focused attention on the mountain of knowledge that students will be expected to retain and regurgitate in the exam hall.