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Learning by Questions (LbQ) is a cloud-based educational classroom tool and App that saves teachers time and increases their efficiency by highlighting which students need their help and which concepts need teaching during lessons.
Students’ use devices such as tablets and progress at their own pace and level through high quality Question Sets and receive immediate automatic feedback as they answer. Teachers receive live analysis and results are saved to support assessment and planning. Data is stored automatically to support lesson planning.
LbQ covers KS2, KS3 and KS4 maths mastery, English and science. With more than 3,000 Question Sets and 80,000 questions.
Funded and owned by the Bowland Charitable Trust and led by the founder of Promethean Tony Cann CBE, the team behind Learning by Questions have an established reputation for changing classrooms around the world. Further independent testing of the programme by the Institute for Effective Education confirms that pupils using Learning by Questions could advance by an additional term over a school year.
All teachers can register for FREE access to all questions for teaching front of class at lbq.org/TryLbQ
Affordable classroom sets of High Definition pupil tablets, teacher tablet and storage cabinet are available with the costs spread over 3 years. More information can be found at lbq.org/Tablets
- Learning by Questions Software subscription, Learning by Questions Classroom Sets of Tablets