Learning By Questions
Jason Hudson

Deputy Headteacher

Florendine Primary, England

Used Learning By Questions daily for 1-2 years

Feb 2022

I feel that LbQ is the way to support learning in real time, where children can be motivated and challenged and supported individually and independently, in a busy classroom, without anyone being left behind.

Jason Hudson found Learning By Questions:
  • Significantly reduces teacher workload
    Assessment/Planning/Resourcing are all a breeze when using the Tracked Class features
  • Significantly reduces attainment gap
    Using practise question sets to support children with lower levels of fluency as well as the ability to to identify and deal with misconceptions as they arise in real time impacts greatly on attainment.
  • Moderately provides school data
    Moderation of pupil progress and attainment is greatly supported by the rich information collected for each child.
  • Significantly improves attainment
    The ability to select an modify tasks to support or stretch learning ensures that chidden are able to attain well.
  • Significantly builds student knowledge
    Ability to rehearse and repeat tasks or use unit reviews or make own question review sets support children's metacognition.
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