What’s a Beta Programme?
A Beta programme is simply the name software developers give when their product is in the final stages before the big launch. It means that the version you’re using is still being improved and we need to see how it works on a wider scale with real teachers, real classrooms and real students!
What’s in it for you?
Our mission is to increase student learning whilst reducing teacher workloads. Doesn’t that sound good? Independent testing has shown that our system can increase learning by a whole term over a school year, without marking! But don’t take our word for it.
If you sign up now, you can try it for FREE until the end of October 2018. You’ll get full access to our award nominated software and hundreds of Maths, English and Science question sets for years 3 to 9, written by our team of teachers. More question sets are being added every single day.
Once you’ve signed up, we’ll send your log in details and you can get started straight away. Need help? You can access help videos, FAQs and help guides here. Plus, our friendly team are running online training.
If you have any questions, thoughts or if there’s something you’re stuck with, please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org– we’d be very happy to hear from you.
To help you get the most out of using LbQ, we are holding an interactive programme of online training.
|Getting started with LbQ||Thurs 12 July 15:45-16:30 BST|
|Weds 18 July 15:45-16:30 BST|
|More coming soon|
|Ad hoc questioning||Coming soon|
|Pick and mix||Coming soon|
|Maximising your pupils’ progress using LbQ||Coming soon|
|Differentiating to increase learning potential||Coming soon|
To register: click your preferred date and time above.
Before you register
To attend one of the sessions you must have:
- A desktop, laptop computer or tablet
- Internet connection
- Access to www.lbq.org
It would be better if you also:
Training course descriptions
|Name: Getting started with LbQ
Prior Knowledge: None needed.
Description: All the basics you need to get up and running, including choosing and starting question sets, general ad hoc questioning and some top tips.
|Name: Ad hoc questioning
Prior Knowledge: None needed for general ad hoc. Should feel confident running a question set for intervention ad hoc.
Description: Learn how to send a single question out to your class and receive immediate responses. This can be a general question, or as an intervention from within a question set.
|Name: Pick and mix
Prior Knowledge: Basic knowledge of running a question set required.
Description: Want to do some SATs practice or make a baseline assessment for your class? Pick any of our questions and put them together to make your own question set.
|Name: Maximising your pupils’ progress using LbQ
Prior Knowledge: Feel confident running a question set already.
Description: Learn how to interpret your results and use successful techniques to target individual, group and whole-class interventions.
|Name: Differentiating to increase learning potential
Prior Knowledge: Feel confident running a question set and using results.
Description: Learn how to interpret your results during and after the lesson to inform your next lesson and adapt the question sets to suit the needs of ALL your pupils.