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Showbie - Good Practice

Here are some examples of the use of Showbie in


school to support classroom and distance learning.

This work has been highlighted for the clarity of


instructions and use of Showbie features such as
annotation with the Apple Pencil and Socrative
quizzes.
Showbie - Lesson structure
• Correct naming convention and date due – Classwork /
Homework.
• Lesson tasks broken down into simple tasks, avoiding
an overload of instructions. (Cognitive load)
• Lesson slides included. (modified to avoid revealing
answers)
• Socrative Quizzes to support frequent Low Stakes
Testing.
• Links to further reading to support online learners.
• Extension resources.
• Use of voice recordings, screen recordings and Explain
Everything to deliver content.
• Student scanning of documents to upload written work.
Clear Layout

• Sequential tasks
• Integrated
Socrative quizzes
Clear Layout

• Sequential tasks
• Lesson Slides added
• Emoji arrows and
pencil help to guide
students
• Voice instructions
added
Annotations

• Annotations added
to class slides and
individual student
work
• Apple pencil used
to add written
notes and for
highlighting
Annotations and
Modelling

• Annotations added
to uploaded work

• Modelling of
technique,
instructions and
success criteria
via Apple Pencil
Showbie Scanning

• Student scanned
document marked
up in Showbie
• Annotated and
highlighted using
Apple Pencil
• Whole class feedback – using student scanned work
to distribute student best practice examples to class