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Time to gamify your classroom

January 9th, 2018 / Naomi Lau

Gamification is applying all the learning aspects into a game that engages with pupils. Why would gamification suit my classroom? All children love to play games and most of them love to compete against each other. What a better way to get children involved? so it’s a win win situation! By spicing up the class […]

Tips for parents on dyslexia

January 9th, 2018 / Naomi Lau

Dyslexia is a learning difficulty that can affect one’s performance in reading, writing and listening. Nevertheless, it does not affect their intelligence rather it’s on how they learn. For more information on the signs and symptoms click on here: As a parent, you want the best learning outcome for your child so here are […]

Useful tips to help your children like maths

October 12th, 2017 / Naomi Lau

We’ve all learnt it and now your child is going through it – the joys of maths! The word maths alone can cause anxiety in many of us. Here are a few easy tips to boost your child’s confidence in maths. It’s important that as a parent you can approach maths in a positive way […]

Get the best use out of iPads and Smartphones for your child

October 9th, 2017 / Naomi Lau

It was great being able to quickly type in YouTube ‘Peppa Pig’ and moments later there was complete and utter silence… or perhaps the only way to get them to eat dinner was to let them have the tablet. Now you’re feeling concerned, they’re growing up but all they seem to be doing is playing […]

Some thoughts about Mastery in Mathematics

October 4th, 2017 / Naomi Lau

Many schools in England are now adopting a Mastery approach to teaching various areas of the curriculum, including mathematics. However, interpretations of what this means vary. The National Centre of Excellence in Teaching Mathematics [NCETM] has a whole area devoted to exploring and explaining what this approach might involve: please see Below we have […]

Emile travels around the world

September 26th, 2017 / Naomi Lau

We’re all excited here as we wait to share our fantastic learning resource-Emile Education! The game designers have put strong attention to detail into the mechanics behind to make sure we’re producing real games with real maths learning. The animators are furiously creating engaging modern designs and making sure our main character Emile is engaging […]

Emile Education has been nominated as a Tech 1st

September 19th, 2017 / Naomi Lau

The Emile Education team are delighted to share the news that we have been selected as a Tech 1st. As a result, we will be featured in BusinessCloud’s last edition of the year and we can present Emile to an exclusive group of experts in the business field from branding to inventory specialists. Being selected […]

Maths mastery ideas to include in your class

September 15th, 2017 / Naomi Lau

Repetition of key vocabulary This is a frequently used method in Southeast Asia lessons so why not give it a go…a teacher stands in the middle of the classroom and when explaining will get all children to repeat after using the key vocabulary. This enables the repetition process to occur to improve their memory. Ask […]

The Pro-Vice Chancellor Wants You!

September 7th, 2017 / Glen Jones

The Faculty of Education of Manchester Metropolitan University and Emile Education are hosting an evening of talks and discussions about ICT use in schools and would like as many teachers as possible to attend. Welcoming teachers to the £140 million Faculty of Education Brooks Building will be Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Richard Greene. There will be […]

Get organised for this year’s class!

September 1st, 2017 / Naomi Lau

There have been hundreds of lesson plans, schemes of work and reports. You’ve miraculously survived and it’s time to get ready once again. Holidays can be a relaxing break for all the hard work but this year’s classroom needs your hard work too, so it’s time to get organised! Reflecting Several weeks have flown by […]

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