5 ways to get the most out of LessonUp

Thomas Courtley, ex teacher and LessonUp education specialist

Thomas Courtley

Education Specialist

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Have you also noticed that students need to be stimulated more these days? The younger generations live in a world that constantly triggers, engages, and activates them. Traditional teaching methods may be increasingly perceived as boring and obsolete.


You are so important

Teachers have of one of the greatest tasks in the world: educate and prepare younger generations for the future! As a teacher, you are in the perfect position to recognise your students’ individual strengths and talents. You are there to transfer knowledge and information, but most importantly to inspire & motivate your students every step of the way.

Simple. 🎯 Fun. 🥳 Assess as you go. 🚀

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Get inspired by LessonUp’s Lesson library

Are you looking for a way to make your lessons more fun and challenging in 2022? 
Our Lesson library provides a wide collection of lessons created by teachers and content creators. These lessons are available for all users of the LessonUp platform.

If you have no time to create your own lesson, or are looking for inspiration, all you have to do is scroll through the available lessons. You can filter lessons by country, subject, school type, student level and year. All lessons can be added to your own Premium lesson gallery and shared with your students. You can also edit and change parts of the lessons.


Find the perfect energising lesson starter!

Your students are finally back in the classroom! It feels like a new beginning.

What about starting this new chapter with an energising exercise? In this energising interactive lesson students can activate the digital spinner to reveal questions and statements concerning their personal ambitions and desires. Our Lesson library offers many interactive options to boost your students’ energy level!


Make your lessons more exciting with interactive features

LessonUp offers a variety of interactive elements like quizzes, open questions, drag & drop exercises, spinners and mind maps. Each feature has its own character and makes digital lessons more dynamic and complete. In a playful way, students are stimulated to absorb and remember your lessons even better with these easy-to-use, interactive tools. 

Check out this article to discover how to use interactive components in LessonUp. 


Match your students’ needs: differentiate your lessons

Ideally, every teacher wants to match the level and needs of their students. In practice, this can be quite difficult if you consider crowded classes, lack of time and busy diaries. Yet making small, meaningful adjustments to your lessons can make a big difference!

Students are much more cooperative if you match their needs by differentiating your lesson material. Especially if you are teaching a restless group of students with big differences in levels and attitudes. Creating differentiated content might cost you some effort at the beginning, but on the long run it will save you a lot of time and energy.

Check out this article to discover how to differentiate your lessons with LessonUp.


Save precious time correcting tests

During the lockdowns teachers had to become creative with finding alternatives to assess students remotely. It has been quite a challenge to find the best possible solutions for both teachers and students. Online tests are not always the ideal solution. Yet teachers had to think outside the box and have discovered interesting ways to approach concept tests.

During the pandemic digital tests have become the standard way to assess students’ knowledge remotely. What at the beginning seemed like a huge challenge has quickly become “normal”. Even teachers with little digital experience have reacted positively to this change. Why? Digital test correction is mostly automated and saves teachers a lot of time!

In this article you will find a variety of easy-to-use, interactive tools to assess your students digitally.

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