Pobble makes writing ridiculously exciting! The company was founded by teachers in 2013. Ever since, teachers have used the literacy platform to find the best teaching resource, connect with classes around the world, and assess writing. Pobble365.com / pobble.com/forschools.
Being an NQT (newly-qualified teacher) can be tough, there’s absolutely no doubt about that. You suddenly have a new class, new routines and a whole lot of responsibility to contend with. To feel confident and able, establishing clear routines from the start can go a long way. Below, we’ve set out some suggestions as to how Pobble might help you be effective in your teaching of writing from day one.
Pobble, the prize-winning global literacy initiative, has recently launched a new tool to facilitate lesson planning. Pobble Resources allows teachers to search content providers on Pobble and find the best teaching resources. They can then prepare the most engaging lessons easily, and share their lesson ideas, making collaborative planning really easy.
Pobble, recognised this week as the most promising education technology company in the UK by the organisation of British publishers, has announced that it will further expand its team of literacy teachers. As many as six educators joined Pobble this term. Here, one of them shares her experience.
Given that we at Pobble are a team of (literacy loving) teachers, we’re really excited to be bringing a new assessment tool. Pobble Assessment resource allows teachers to create assessment files for pupils, and moderate their writing together with colleagues. This comes hot off the heels of our global literacy initiative being named as one of the top-five providers of education technology in the UK in the Great British Entrepreneur Awards.
Pobble, the global literacy initiative recently named as one of the top-five providers of education technology in the UK in the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, has announced that it’s opening up its assessment tool for external users. The tool allows teachers to create assessment files for pupils, and moderate their writing together with colleagues. A limited number of teachers can now sign up to gain access for free.