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 students in St George’s Science department.

Why Doddle?

Doddle was introduced to the Science team at St-George's by a colleague who had worked with the platform to great success in the UK. Once the features were explained, we recognised how useful the resource could potentially be for both our department and our learners. 

Successes to date

The opportunity to set reflective tasks and support lesson content through expert presentations has proven to be extremely useful to both teachers and students. We are able to identify areas of weakness in each individual and tailor the delivery of revision sessions to cover topics that need the greatest focus.

Homework completion is noticeably higher, and the number of students recorded as handing in assignments late has also reduced.

Doddle in the classroom

We use Doddle in a number of ways. We use the presentations in class to support learning, and set tasks for students to complete in their own time. All of our Science students have a login for Doddle, while we encourage students to use their login in order to access Doddle resources for revision and research.

Favourite aspects

Doddle is easy to navigate and fast to set up. I use it as a stretch activity in some lessons so that more able students are not getting more of the same activities, but are able to independently work with challenging questions that introduce them to a range of subject specific keywords.

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